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Fixed a couple of typos in the 1.5 (and beta) release notes.

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@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ can simply remove that line under Django 1.5
Python compatibility
====================
-Django 1.5 requires Python 2.6.5 or above, though we **highly recommended**
+Django 1.5 requires Python 2.6.5 or above, though we **highly recommend**
Python 2.7.3 or above. Support for Python 2.5 and below as been dropped.
This change should affect only a small number of Django users, as most
@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ Python 3 support
Django 1.5 introduces support for Python 3 - specifically, Python
3.2 and above. This comes in the form of a **single** codebase; you don't
need to install a different version of Django on Python 3. This means that
-you can write application targeted for just Python 2, just Python 3, or single
+you can write applications targeted for just Python 2, just Python 3, or single
applications that support both platforms.
However, we're labeling this support "experimental" for now: although it's
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@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ Python 3 support
Django 1.5 introduces support for Python 3 - specifically, Python
3.2 and above. This comes in the form of a **single** codebase; you don't
need to install a different version of Django on Python 3. This means that
-you can write application targeted for just Python 2, just Python 3, or single
+you can write applications targeted for just Python 2, just Python 3, or single
applications that support both platforms.
However, we're labeling this support "experimental" for now: although it's

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