A feasible feat, in fact: update

Apropos today’s post about feat, it occurred to me to check the online version of the New York Times, where I found that the typo in this morning’s printed-in-Austin edition, “leapt to their feat,” has been fixed. (My spell-checker, by the way, insists on underlining leapt, even though it is one of the two feasible past tenses of leap; the other is the regularized leaped, which the spell-checker is happy with.)

Steve Schwartzman


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