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  • At a time when people thumb short, ill-spelled text messages for most every major life event, Dan took to his typewriter and clacked out condolence notes when he heard one of us on staff lost a parent, notes of approval when he heard a story that he liked.

    This Is Daniel Schorr

  • At a time when people thumb short, ill-spelled text messages for most every major life event, Dan took to his typewriter and clacked out condolence notes when he heard one of us on staff lost a parent, notes of approval when he heard a story that he liked.

    This Is Daniel Schorr

  • Half drunk, ill-spelled rants onto the keyboard never do the job you hope; they usually make things worse.

    Why e-mail is bad for business.

  • If you write epistles as well as Cicero, but in a very bad hand, and very ill-spelled, whoever receives will laugh at them; and if you had the figure of Adonis, with an awkward air and motions, it will disgust instead of pleasing.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • They were the ones who had waited three years in vain for furloughs and while they waited received ill-spelled letters from home: “We air hungry.”

    Gone with the Wind

  • They were the ones who had waited three years in vain for furloughs and while they waited received ill-spelled letters from home: “We air hungry.”

    Gone with the Wind

  • They were the ones who had waited three years in vain for furloughs and while they waited received ill-spelled letters from home: “We air hungry.”

    Gone with the Wind

  • They were the ones who had waited three years in vain for furloughs and while they waited received ill-spelled letters from home: “We air hungry.”

    Gone with the Wind

  • They were the ones who had waited three years in vain for furloughs and while they waited received ill-spelled letters from home: “We air hungry.”

    Gone with the Wind

  • It is far better to spend a few moments in seeking for a doubtful word, than to dispatch an ill-spelled letter, and the search will probably impress the spelling upon the mind for a future occasion.

    Searchlights on Health The Science of Eugenics

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