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It might seem trivial, yet this misspelling actually illustrates a key feature of how cultural practices emerge and stabilize.What Misspellings Reveal About Cultural Evolution - Facts So Romantic|Helena Miton|July 30, 2021|Nautilus
A few months into the pandemic, Bad HIPPA Takes — the misspelling is an intentional nod to how often people who claim to know the law get the acronym wrong — emerged.Is it a HIPAA violation for your employer to require vaccines?|Sara Morrison|July 30, 2021|Vox
An important element of the plot turns on a misspelling of the word “disappoint,” which means the word appears constantly in the novel, storm clouds always passing through the story to underscore Hongmei’s sense of failure and disorientation.Geling Yan’s twisty thriller ‘The Secret Talker’ begins with a creepy but alluring text|Mark Athitakis|May 28, 2021|Washington Post
This fixes ads that were rejected for editorial reasons like misspellings.Google Ads Auto Applied Recommendations: Every setting, explained|Chris Boggs|February 4, 2021|Search Engine Land
For SEOs who may have been attempting to optimize for misspellings, this change, which is expected to roll out by the end of this month, means that your efforts are better spent elsewhere.What passage indexing and natural language processing mean for the future of SEO|George Nguyen|October 27, 2020|Search Engine Land
The yellow property Marvin Gardens is actually a misspelling of the Marven Gardens.Fidel Castro Hates Monopoly & 12 More Reasons to Love It|Caroline Linton|February 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I cannot find any information respecting Bullord, but it is very improbable that this name was merely a misspelling of Ballard.Prices of Books|Henry B. Wheatley
Except for those changes noted below, misspelling by the authors, inconsistent or archaic usage, has been retained.
Except for those changes noted below, misspelling by the author, and inconsistent or archaic usage, has been retained.
Guard against misspelling a word because it bears a superficial resemblance, in sound or appearance, to some other word.The Century Handbook of Writing|Garland Greever
Vindolandesses, which is merely a phonetic spelling or misspelling of Vindolandenses, gives the correct name of the fort.Roman Britain in 1914|F. Haverfield