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Tuesday Word: haplography

Haplography (hapˈläɡrəfē) refers to a particular type of hapless writing -- the omission of a repeated letter or letters, such as writing wod instead of wood or Missippi instead of Mississippi. It comes from the Greek haploos (single) and -graphy (writing).
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