Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of spell checker.

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Examples

  • "Built-in responses to environmental cues" means things evolve via some internal program - directed by that program just as spellchecker is directed by a program.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

  • ID just says that not all mutations are genetic mistakes - that some - even most - are directed by an internal program - a genetic algorithm - just as spellchecker is directed.

    Casey Luskin on Kitzmiller & Information

  • (and knowing when your spellchecker is leading you astray) L Nettles (Quote)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Internet and Stupidity:

  • There's a built-in spellchecker, which is useful, unless you're deliberately going for misspelled words in an ironic text, then it's horrifyingly annoying.

    Gizmodo

  • There's a built-in spellchecker, which is useful, unless you're deliberately going for misspelled words in an ironic text, then it's horrifyingly annoying.

    Gizmodo

  • In addition, many organisms, from bacteria to humans, have an extra freestanding "spellchecker" molecule - in the form of a protein called AlaXp - to ensure that alanine is not confused with other amino acids.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • In addition, many organisms, from bacteria to humans, have an extra freestanding "spellchecker" molecule - in the form of a protein called AlaXp - to ensure that alanine is not confused with other amino acids.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • In addition, many organisms, from bacteria to humans, have an extra freestanding "spellchecker" molecule - in the form of a protein called AlaXp - to ensure that alanine is not confused with other amino acids.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • In addition, many organisms, from bacteria to humans, have an extra freestanding "spellchecker" molecule-in the form of a protein called AlaXp-to ensure that alanine is not confused with other amino acids.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • In addition, many organisms, from bacteria to humans, have an extra freestanding "spellchecker" molecule-in the form of a protein called AlaXp-to ensure that alanine is not confused with other amino acids.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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