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04/01/2014

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Meg Houston Maker

This rings true. But Squadrati needs to learn how to spell "witchcraft."

Alicefeiring

We'll cut them slack for translating this into English from Italian? But let's think of the meaning of whichcraft. Might it actually be better than their intention?

Pdxanthro

Greimas would be proud! I caught the typo/translation glitch/wordplay as well. Though "whichcraft" would fit better in the Radical quadrant, no?

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