Correlation between xenophobia and English spelling ability?

Lenox may be on the verge of an important discovery.

(It has been suggested that I am Lenox, or vice versa. Many faces fortune wears, but that is not one of them.)

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  1. +English = +xenophobia is the existing correlation proven by the pic. Inverse would mean a – on either of the sides and therefore just doesn't work here.

    But we still don't know what we'd do with any "Lenox" v "Lennox" phenomenon. I suggest patience and the usual sarcasm.

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