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Spell check of characterization

Correct spelling: characterization

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Examples of usage:

1) The early German wood- cutters, whilst their outlines are often less graceful than those of their French and Italian competitors, had a special gift for characterization, and the quality of their work is much more uniform, perhaps because even before the invention of printing with movable types they were an organized craft. - "Fine Books", Alfred W. Pollard.

2) The characterization may be only a bit of vague comparison like that in the preface to the Authorized Version, Hebrew the ancientest, ... - "Early Theories of Translation", Flora Ross Amos.

3) Throckmorton would have scorned the characterization of a " dancing man," but nevertheless he danced well, and Judith moved like a breeze. - "Throckmorton", Molly Elliot Seawell.