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bin/spell-checker-iface.sh

 #!/bin/bash
 find dest/t2-homepage/ -name '*.html' -or -name '*.xhtml' |
     ( LC_ALL=C sort  ) |
-    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#\A\Qdest/t2-homepage/philosophy/the-eternal-jew/the-eternal-jew/warrior_philosopher.html\E#' |
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#\A\Qdest/t2-homepage/prog-evolution/shlomif-at-elpas.html\E#' |
     grep -vP 'dest/t2-homepage/philosophy/obj-oss/objectivism-and-open-source/' |
     grep -vP 'philosophy/foss-other-beasts/revision-2/' |
     grep -vP 'guide2ee/undergrad' |

lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 whitespace
 Yotam
 youth-rejuvating
+
+====dest/t2-homepage/prog-evolution/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/prog-evolution/pre-elpas.html,dest/t2-homepage/prog-evolution/shlomif-at-cortext.html,dest/t2-homepage/prog-evolution/shlomif-at-elpas.html
+
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+BIOS
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+bio-technology
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+CCALC
+CeBIT
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+Cortextuals
+CSEE
+DDE
+demos
+dev
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+Encyclopedia
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+exe
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+gcd
+GMP
+GNU's
+goto
+GOTOs
+Hemda
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+Hypomania
+IFs
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+joe
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+Mahsheveth
+math
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+mp3
+MSDN
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+NIS
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+pre-Elpas
+primality
+QBASIC
+qsort
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+Raima
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lib/rejects/philosophy/books-recommends/old-index.html.wml

 This books tries to answer the question of why did different human societies
 evolve differently. It demonstrates that geography and bio-geography played
 a big role in shaping the destinies of people in different places on our
-planet. This book contains many interesting ancedotes, a wonderful theme, and
+planet. This book contains many interesting anecdotes, a wonderful theme, and
 is a pleasure to read. Highly recommended.
 </dd>
 

t2/prog-evolution/index.html.wml

 
 <p>
 These are my memoirs of myself as a software engineer with many interesting
-ancedotes. It is work in progress. I hope you’ll find it amusing and a bit
+anecdotes. It is work in progress. I hope you’ll find it amusing and a bit
 instructive.
 </p>
 

t2/prog-evolution/pre-elpas.html.wml

 One of the property of the BIOS was that you could not save your programs.
 If the computer was rebooted (in order to load a floppy disk to play an
 old DOS game like Digger), you had to type it all over again. Luckily,
-Mahseheveth introduced DOS and using files and the native DOS basic interpreter
+Mahsheveth introduced DOS and using files and the native DOS basic interpreter
 in the fourth chapter and we could save our files on floppy disks instead.
 </p>
 

t2/prog-evolution/shlomif-at-cortext.html.wml

 </p>
 
 <p>
-It still came with version 4 of the perl interprter, not version 5, which
+It still came with version 4 of the perl interpreter, not version 5, which
 was what I needed. Also since my primary system was a Windows 3.11, I had to
 download a suitable Perl for it and for DOS could also only find perl 4.  I
 started reading about Perl from a monolithic PDF that contained what was then
 
 <p>
 I had to practically work “on dry”, because I only had perl 4 at home. I also
-started experimnting more with UNIX. I experimented previously with UNIX
+started experimenting more with UNIX. I experimented previously with UNIX
 on my ISP’s servers, and <a href="shlomif-at-elpas.html">at Elpas</a>. As it
 turned out, I didn’t learn UNIX to a level that my boss could have hoped I
 would learn in a month (or in 10 years), but it turned out to be enough
 to be the main literary inspiration for my <i>The Enemy</i> story, with some
 secondary previous inspiration from
 <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Metamorphosis">Kafka’s
-<i>The Metamorposis</i></a> which I had to read and learn in high-school.
+<i>The Metamorphosis</i></a> which I had to read and learn in high-school.
 </p>
 
 <p>

t2/prog-evolution/shlomif-at-elpas.html.wml

 <p>
 Retrospectively, I can say that we waited too long before getting the
 required tools. We started with one copy of Turbo C++ for Windows, which
-was very inadeqaute, and should have got an MSDN subscription. Plus, from
+was very inadequate, and should have got an MSDN subscription. Plus, from
 my impression, our CEO was not a good manager, but that was somewhat
 augmented by the competency of the other workers. Elpas was just a startup
 at the time, but despite everything we had a good potential.