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  1. Jennifer
    April 7, 2013

    Dear DifferenceBetween.net,

    Without expanding on the irony of this particular mistake, this note is to inform you of what I’ll generously call a typo. Since it’s surely an oversight, I imagine you’re not aware of it and would like to be in order to make a correction. In the fourth sentence of the first paragraph, the word ‘quiet’ is used rather than ‘quite’.

    Kind regards,
    ~ Jennifer Terry ~

  2. Casey Giarratano
    December 6, 2013

    Please give an example of “furthest” used as a verb.

    • Philippe
      March 16, 2015

      I think the author meant “further” as a verb.

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