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Spell check of people

Correct spelling: people

indices, peck, series, children, come from, Jane Doe, live, attorney, population, pack, label, anybody, reside, rank and file, Everyman, horde, stripe, inhabit, folks, board, type, populate, genus, plurality, great unwashed, mob, countryman, halves, form, commonalty, variety, baby boom, Joe Blow, the general public, birth rate, denomination, settle down, brand, phylum, lineage, order, advocate, workforce, strain, hoi polloi, commoners, grade, settle, hooves, kind, great deal, populace, herd, kindred, ilk, nationality, elves, classification, make, deal, domicile, domiciliate, stamp, mankind, barrister, level, kinsfolk, tidy sum, species, bulk, designation, man, millions, bourgeois, rank, kingdom, payroll, lot, world, labor market, breed, race, calves, raft, demographics, masses, set, nation, labor force, plebs, commons, individual, staff, crowd, countrywoman, category, taxonomy, slew, folk, mass, quite a little, large number, concourse, citizenry, step, human, humanity, heap, spate, persuasion, mold, volume, genotype, arrive, humankind, public, chief justice, bailiff, human race, rabble, batch, multitude, kinfolk, genera, feet, mint, plenty, demographic, clan, overpopulated, muckle, democracy, pop., clerk, circuit judge, stock, mickle, gentlemen, manpower, commoner, proletariat, pile, bourgeoisie, style, they, corpora, kin, geese, class, eugenics, society, profession, human beings, passel, commonwealth, person, squat, feather, legion, hatful, tribe, throng, stack, sight, mess, family, flock, culture, labor, good deal, the little people, personnel, plebeians, grain, degree, battalion, wad, peasantry, dwell, guys, line, attorney general, everybody, shack, caste, specific, inhabited, host, sort, blood, the grassroots, house, mountain, community, state.

cream, nobility, gentlefolk, gentry, best, flower, pedigree, gentility, pink, elite, descent, ancestry, origin, upper crust, A-list, choice, elect, patriciate, birth, society, pick, pride, corps d'elite, royalty, extraction, quality, peerage, fat, aristocracy.

Examples of usage:

1) The people who live in it I don't know. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) What had he to do with the people? - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) People are so good to me. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.