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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Misspelling of the day

insuffciency

That's from a New Yorker article about Edith Wharton. That's the most sufficient insufficiency I've ever seen. You might say that the insufficiency is so sufficient that it even extends to the spelling. It's an excess of insufficiency, although whether it's also an insufficiency of excess is another question altogether.

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