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@@ -144,6 +144,6 @@ a lot of it in Emacs itself, third party packages, and peoples' `init.el`
files. You can add all sorts of special cases to your interactive commands to
make Emacs do just what is most useful, and have confidence that you can
manage the resulting complexity. In this case, though, I've got piles of just
-this sort of complixity out in an opaque shell script. The ultimate goal,
+this sort of complexity out in an opaque shell script. The ultimate goal,
though, is debugging Emacs, such that one can run yet more DJWIM Emacs Lisp,
which perhaps justifies it.