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Martin's Monster Mega typo patch

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+2000-10-05  Martin Buchholz  <martin@xemacs.org>
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+	* *: Mega typo fix.
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 2000-07-26  Ben Wing  <ben@xemacs.org>
 
 	* Makefile (PRELOADS): correct command-line quoting for MS Windows
 definition.
 
 ** A new style "user" which captures all non-hook-ified
-(i.e. top-level) .emacs file variable setings and customizations.
+(i.e. top-level) .emacs file variable settings and customizations.
 Style "cc-mode" is an alias for "user" and is deprecated.  "gnu" style
 is still the default however.
 
 effect in other styles.
 
 ** c-special-indent-hook is handled slightly differently when it
-appears in a style definition; the functions in the style defintion
+appears in a style definition; the functions in the style definition
 are appended to the global value of c-special-indent-hook.
 
 ** c-style-alist is defconst'd now.
          "class[ \t]+"
          "\\("                                ; the string we want to get
          "[a-zA-Z0-9_]+"                      ; class name
-         "\\(<[^>]+>\\)?"                     ; possibly explicitely specialized
+         "\\(<[^>]+>\\)?"                     ; possibly explicitly specialized
          "\\)"
          "[ \t\n]*[:{]"
          ) 2))
   :group 'c)
 
 (defcustom c-syntactic-indentation t
-  "*Whether the identation should be controlled by the syntactic context.
+  "*Whether the indentation should be controlled by the syntactic context.
 
 If t, the indentation functions indents according to the syntactic
 context, using the style settings specified by `c-offsets-alist'.
 OFFSET can also be a list, in which case it is recursively evaluated
 using the semantics described above.  The first element of the list to 
 return a non-nil value succeeds.  If none of the elements returns a
-non-nil value, then what happends depends on the value of
+non-nil value, then what happens depends on the value of
 `c-strict-syntax-p'.  When `c-strict-syntax-p' is nil, then an offset
 of zero is used, otherwise an error is generated.