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[rt.cpan.org 53352] Correct spelling mistakes found by Jonathan Yu. S…

…implifies Debian package maintenance since that's one less downstream patch to worrry about.
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  1. +2 −2 lib/POE/Queue.pm
  2. +1 −1 lib/POE/Wheel/ReadWrite.pm
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@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ Sample output:
=head1 DESCRIPTION
Priority queues may be implemented a number of ways, but they tend to
-behave similiar to lists that are kept in order by some kind of
+behave similar to lists that are kept in order by some kind of
"priority". Enqueued items are stored such that the "next" item to be
retrieved is the one with the highest priority. Subsequent fetches
return the next lowest priority, and so on, until the queue is
@@ -135,7 +135,7 @@ return the one that was given the priority first.
=head2 get_next_priority
-Returns the priority of the item at the nead of the queue. This is
+Returns the priority of the item at the head of the queue. This is
the lowest numeric priority in the queue.
get_next_priority() can be useful for checking the queue to see if
@@ -941,7 +941,7 @@ put() accepts a list of RECORDS, which will be serialized by the
wheel's Filter and buffered and written by its Driver.
put() returns true if a HighMark has been set and the Driver's output
-buffer has reached or exceded the limit. False is returned if
+buffer has reached or exceeded the limit. False is returned if
HighMark has not been set, or if the Driver's buffer is smaller than
that limit.

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