The Aladdin's Cave

Hi, thanks for stopping by! The dictionary defines the idiom “The Aladdin’s Cave” as “a collection of interesting and beautiful objects”. Likewise, my website is a potpourri where you can browse and read from a variegated collection of articles on sundry subjects. Be prepared to stumble upon pieces ranging from noodles to analytics and from novels to friendships. Like what you read? Thanks a ton for being such a sweetheart. Don’t find it up to the mark? Well, blame it on back-breaking expectations ;) Jolly Reading!

Month: August 2012

In spite, NOT Inspite

Why so spiteful as to chain these two together? ‘Inspite’ is just another incorrectly connected word that we come across. So better not to cut off the space to spite your grammar! 🙂 Simply use ‘in spite’.

P.S.: Hope you didn’t miss the reference to ‘cut off one’s nose to spite one’s face’! 😛

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At least, NOT Atleast

Well, the least you can do is to just give these two words a bit of space! 😛 ‘Atleast’ is a common misspelling of ‘at least’.

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