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Spell check of personal

Correct spelling: personal

of her own, fleshly, brittle, mysterious, corporate, monstrous, individualized, deep, corporal, community property, hostile, pleasant, uncertain, of our own, secret, of their own, collective, esoteric, common, banner ad, desperate, arm's-length, amiable, advertisement, subjective, own, particular, individual, unique, pitiless, intimate, owner, of your own, possessor, good-natured, commemorative, evil, in the flesh, retired, corporeal, cosy, ad, burning, distributed, inside, indivisible, warm-hearted, attempted, advertorial, bodily, hateful, physical, one-woman, unkind, uncharitable, genuine, singular, near, individualised, bumper sticker, exclusive, peculiar, one-man, secluded, friendly, strange, personalized, private, connected, judgmental, classified ad, among, bitter, opinion, unknown, deep-seated, person-to-person, awful, holder, close, separate, spontaneous, body, of his own, billboard, brotherly, confidential, ad hominem, nice, acutely, advert, proprietorial, anonymous, face-to-face, in-person, lamely, personalised, lame, warm, broken, casual, cruel, partisan, partial, special, undivided, depth, simple, bearer, limp, basic, respective, chummy, ain, privy, uneven, specific, affective, hard, hidden, circular, of my own, patented, amateur, discretionary, clannish, proprietor, blind, inhuman, of one's own, individualistic, maiden, surprise, idiomatic, arbitrary, welcoming, banner, ownership, face-saving, somatic, several, acquainted, obscure.

impersonal, universal, popular, prevailing, nonsubjective, regular, nonpersonal, broad, shared, general, normal, common, public, widespread, objective, typical, mental, generic, prevalent.

Examples of usage:

1) Her voice was without any emotion whatever, as if the subject held no personal interest for her. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) The latter see no other use in the State but to protect personal freedom and property. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) The day after sending out the personal message to Mr. Smith the captain of the yacht picked up a message which, although not addressed to him, was the first he had been able to pick up, and was of some interest on that account if on no other. - "The Hilltop Boys on Lost Island", Cyril Burleigh.