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"ETAOIN SHRDLU" is a combination of the 12 most-commonly used letters in English, in descending order. Linotype machine keyboards used them in columns: ETAOIN as the first column on the left, SHRDLU as the next to the right. When a typesetter made an erro

"ETAOIN SHRDLU" is a combination of the 12 most-commonly used letters in English, in descending order. Linotype machine keyboards used them in columns: ETAOIN as the first column on the left, SHRDLU as the next to the right. When a typesetter made an error, he would quickly run his hand down the columns to type "ETAOIN SHRDLU" to serve as a flag to discard that line of type. The phrase did, of course, occasionally make it into print.

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