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@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ framework users will enjoy is huge.
=head3 I'm writing a web application. What's the benefit of PSGI for me?
If the framework you're using supports PSGI, that means your
-application can run on any of existent and future PSGI
+application can run on any of existing and future PSGI
if you provide a C<.psgi> file that returns PSGI application,
@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ environments.
If you're a web application developer (or a web application framework
user), choose the framework that supports PSGI, or ask the author to
support it. :) If your application is a large scale installable
-application that doesn't use any existent frameworks (e.g. WebGUI or
+application that doesn't use any existing frameworks (e.g. WebGUI or
Movable Type) you're considered as a framework developer instead from
the PSGI point of view. So, writing an adapter for PSGI on your
application would make more sense.
2 PSGI.pod
@@ -389,7 +389,7 @@ C<$/> value.
=head2 Middleware
-Middleware is itself a PSGI application but it takes an existent PSGI
+Middleware is itself a PSGI application but it takes an existing PSGI
application and runs it like a server, mostly to do pre-processing on
C<$env> or post-processing on the response objects.

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