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Your private dictionary

   Whenever ispell is started the file `.ispell_words' is read from
your home directory (if it exists).  This file contains a list of words,
one per line.  The order of the words is not important, but the case is.
Ispell will consider all of the words good, and will use them as
possible near misses.

   The `I' command adds words to `.ispell_words', so normally you don't
have to worry about the file.  You may want to check it from time to
time to make sure you have not accidentally inserted a misspelled word.

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