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and Holland is spelt with two 'L'
And by the way one should capitalize proper nouns and the initials of sentences, and use the proper grammatical syntax, in this case to indicate what one should do, which is what is being referred to, rather than to state what one does, which is in this context a patently false statement.
I.E. one should not be a weenie about correcting others.
Thanks for reiterating my prior sentiments.
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