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 n.— «Spelling and grammar, or Spag if we’re being teacherly, are high on the list of things people complain about to the Readers’ Editor.» —“‘Spag’ can happen to anyone” by Siobhain Butterworth Toronto Star (Canada) Sept. 27, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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