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Spell check of chop

Correct spelling: chop

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Examples of usage:

1) He was the biggest man in Hope, and so swell- headed he wouldn't so much as pack a bucket of water all fall, or chop up a tie for kindlin'- till the day after 'lection. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

2) But he can chop what wood she'll need, and go to town for her once in a while, and make sure she's all right. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) Chop trees again for some rancher, most probably- in fact, I was wondering whether you would have me back as a ranch- hand. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.