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@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ specific database. So, if you want to load an object using it's
natural key (using the ``get_by_natural_key()`` method on the manager,
you can call::
- >>> Book.objects.db_mamanger("other").get_by_natural_key(...)
+ >>> Book.objects.db_manager("other").get_by_natural_key(...)
If you are overriding ``get_query_set()`` on your manager you must be sure to
either, call the method on the parent (using ``super()``), or do the

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