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lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 Yachar's
 XML-GrammarBase
 Webscale
+NSA
+Selina
 
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 erm
 200x
 Wiktionary
+hackerdom
+ssta
+muskrateer
 
 ====dest/t2-homepage/humour/index.html
 
 dunkelman
 Dunkelman
 IST
+AI-Pathfinding-OptimizeMultiple
 
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 Yehuda
 Ogg
 mp3
+Claus's
+gloin
+Tolkien's
+dori
+Rin
 
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 WS-
 Lacey's
 Weblog
+'normal
+uSwitch
 
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 XT
 youtube-dl
 SourceForge
+WHdb
 
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 whitespace
 Yotam
 youth-rejuvating
+badder
+Meme
+prima
+facie
+livejournal
+Dostoyevsky's
 
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 x86
 XT
 XTs
+miniSQL
+ai
+mit
+edu
+Whipuptitude
+Manipulexity
+Ran's
 
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t2/humour/human-hacking/index.html.wml

 <li>
 <p>
 <a href="http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/How_to_start_contributing_to_or_using_Open_Source_Software">How
-to start contributing to or using Open Source Sfotware</a> -a tutorial by
+to start contributing to or using Open Source Software</a> -a tutorial by
 me and some other people introducing people to the open source world. (Part of
 the <a href="http://teachingopensource.org/">Teaching Open Source</a>
 initiative).
 <p>
 <a href="http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html">“How To Become
 A Hacker” by Eric Steven Raymond</a> - an insightful document, although
-somewhat too elitistic and patronising, which is featured, and criticised,
+somewhat too elitist and patronising, which is featured, and criticised,
 in my story, and provided some inspiration for it. There is a lot of
 other very good documents on
 <a href="http://www.catb.org/esr/">Mr. Raymond’s site</a> and if you have

t2/lecture/Perl/Lightning/Opt-Multi-Task-in-PDL/index.html.wml

 <p>
 I have now made a derivative version of code discussed here available as
 <cpan_dist d="AI-Pathfinding-OptimizeMultiple">CPAN package called
-“AI-Pathfind-OptimizeMultiple”</cpan_dist>. Strangely enough, other
+“AI-Pathfinding-OptimizeMultiple”</cpan_dist>. Strangely enough, other
 people and I were not able to find prior art for this algorithm and technique
 in the Game Artificial Intelligence literature.
 </p>

t2/meta/FAQ/index.html.wml

 If I were able to change it again, I would have picked “shlomif” for my IRC
 career, because it is my handle almost everywhere else, but now everyone
 on IRC know me as “rindolf” so I feel it's too late (not to mention that,
-in my impression, it is common and accepted to use a pseduonym on IRC, to
+in my impression, it is common and accepted to use a pseudonym on IRC, to
 show some creativity).
 </p>
 

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

 <p>
 Cortext was my first serious introduction to the Perl 5 programming
 and to the UNIX family of operating systems, which I have considered my
-prefered technologies, for a long time after that. They were both an epiphany
+preferred technologies, for a long time after that. They were both an epiphany
 for me: Perl 5 because it combined what I heard Larry Wall later call, the
 “Manipulexity” of C and C++, and the “Whipuptitude” of the various BASIC
 dialects I had learned, and allowed to write code quickly, but still create
-large managable systems; and UNIX was an epiphany, because while I knew
+large manageable systems; and UNIX was an epiphany, because while I knew
 that DOS and Windows 3.x sucked, but didn't know why, the various UNIX
 systems I used at Cortext, were actually good, and I found them a joy to
 use.
 </p>
 
 <p>
-Aside from Perl and UNIX, I also dealt extensivley with early versions of
+Aside from Perl and UNIX, I also dealt extensively with early versions of
 HTML (not a spectacular technology, but got the job done), as well as some
 basic JavaScript, even before
 <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_HTML">Dynamic