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Tim Trese wrote:
> New puzzler: Post this one to the list rather than me. Compose a sentence of
> twenty words or less that has at least ten errors in it. The errors should
> be toughies, the kind that professional writers often miss and the lay
> reader would pass over, or that the lay writer makes habitually to your
> amusement/chagrin. Challenge your tech whirler friends to spot em.