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Spell check of language

Correct spelling: language

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Examples of usage:

1) After which he addressed Stas in the English language. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) That in our language means, great and black water. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) The thing seems impossible, and the idea absurd; but there is really nothing at fault here but the language. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.