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Fix spelling mistakes

Grant Rettke 9 months ago
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@@ -114,7 +114,7 @@ document.
   For example, entries in a table of contents usually link to headings
   in the document.  As a consequence, targets, footnote references,
   and external links may be ignored from the table of contents.  As an
-  exemple, the HTML export back-end prunes various link-like types
+  example, the HTML export back-end prunes various link-like types
   from table of contents' entries -- here ~toc-entry~ -- with the
   following code:
 
@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ document.
    [[#select-tags][~:select-tags~]].
 
    - category :: tree
-   - type :: interger or nil
+   - type :: integer or nil
 
 ** ~:with-archived-trees~
 
@@ -1210,7 +1210,7 @@ See also : [[#collect-headlines][~org-export-collect-headlines~]].
 
    It accepts an optional set of rules in order to tweak the
    definition of an inline image, which is, by default, any link
-   targetting a local file whose extension is either "png", "jpeg",
+   targeting a local file whose extension is either "png", "jpeg",
    "jpg", "gif", "tiff", "tif", "xbm", "xpm", "pbm", "pgm" or "ppm".
 
    A set of rules consists in an alist whose key is a type of link, as
@@ -1302,7 +1302,7 @@ See also : [[#collect-headlines][~org-export-collect-headlines~]].
    :CUSTOM_ID: resolve-id-link
    :END:
 
-   Search headline targetted by an id link --- i.e. it has a ~id~ or
+   Search headline targeted by an id link --- i.e. it has a ~id~ or
    ~custom-id~ ~:type~ attribute --- within the parse tree.  Return
    the matching headline in the tree, the name of the external file,
    as a string.
@@ -1405,7 +1405,7 @@ See also : [[#collect-headlines][~org-export-collect-headlines~]].
 
    Return expected width for contents of a given cell object.
 
-   Only width specified explicitely through meta-data is considered.
+   Only width specified explicitly through meta-data is considered.
    If no such information can be found, return nil instead.
 
    Some back-end may still need to know the actual width of exported
@@ -1604,7 +1604,7 @@ See also: [[#data-with-backend][~org-export-data-with-backend~]].
    In a derived back-end, it may be used as a fall-back function once
    all specific cases have been handled.  Thus, ~beamer~ back-end,
    derived from ~latex~, takes care of every internal link type and
-   delagates everything else to its parent back-end:
+   delegates everything else to its parent back-end:
 
    #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
    (let ((type (org-element-property :type link))