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lib/ Fix a spelling error #940

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The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."

Oh, and I removed some extra whitespace, as well.

@rye rye lib/ Fix a spelling error
The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."

Merged in 1090350, thanks! In the future, please be mindful of extraneous whitespace changes in the patch.

Do you have a reddit username (for open sourcerer trophy purposes)?

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Yes, my username is (perhaps you guessed it) four04.


Done. Thanks again! :)

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Commits on Dec 30, 2013
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    lib/ Fix a spelling error

    rye authored
    The past tense of the verb "verify" is "verified," not "verfied."
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@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@
banned_by = "removed by %s",
banned = "removed",
reports = "reports: %d",
submitting = _("submitting..."),
# this accomodates asian languages which don't use spaces
@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@
compact_suggest = _("Looks like you're browsing on a small screen. Would you like to try [reddit's mobile interface](%(url)s)?"),
verify_email = _("we're going to need to verify your email address for you to proceed."),
verify_email_submit = _("you'll be able to submit more frequently once you verify your email address"),
- email_verified = _("your email address has been verfied"),
+ email_verified = _("your email address has been verified"),
email_verify_failed = _("Verification failed. Please try that again"),
search_failed = _("Our search machines are under too much load to handle your request right now. :( Sorry for the inconvenience. Try again in a little bit -- but please don't mash reload; that only makes the problem worse."),
invalid_search_query = _("I couldn't understand your query, so I simplified it and searched for \"%(clean_query)s\" instead."),
@@ -211,7 +211,7 @@ def __getattr__(self, attr):
return StringHandler(**rval)
raise AttributeError
def __iter__(self):
return iter(self.string_dict)
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