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I was typing a special word, "CostRate", which Microsoft Word found suspicious. To see what Word had to suggest, I right-clicked the word and here is what Word has to offer : Castrate, Cost Rate, Castrates and Castrated. Ouch.
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That word reminds me of a tortoise - it has got an amazing ability to go back into its sack when it senses danger!
 
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