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His penmanship was painfully crabbed.  Each sentence was a crowded village of capital letters and small letters, living side by side in tight misery, crawling up on one another as though trying to escape the page.  His spelling was several degrees beyond arbitrary, and his punctuation brought reason to sigh with unhappiness.

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