And what permutations, exactly, counts as a misspelling?
Congratulations, you've made my porn file.
New category: exactitude porn.
Typical denizen: He (or she) who hast not yet completed the first chapter of Ur-Nammu for Dummies.
If a man violates the right of another and deflowers the virgin wife of a young man, they shall kill that male.
What constitutes a 'virgin' exactly? How do I know if I'm a virgin?
If the wife of a man followed after another man and he slept with her, they shall slay that woman, but that male shall be set free.
What constitutes 'following' exactly? Coincidences and the Meaning of Life
If the man had slept with the widow without there having been any marriage contract, he need not pay any silver.
What constitutes a 'widow' exactly? I lost the love of my life in my 20s — but I can't call myself a widow'
Note that this little problem persists. There are rather complex rules (and a lot of paperwork to file) a woman's husband goes off to war and never returns. (The paperwork situation is better if the entire offensive was a mass debacle, worse if a two-man scouting party deep into weakly-held enemy territory.)
For the entire third act of Cast Away, Tom Hanks interacts weirdly with his ex-widow ex-wife.
What constitutes an 'ex-widow' exactly?
What is an 'electron' exactly?
Interpretations of quantum mechanics
Hint: brush off your favourite 1d19 and give it a spin.
The weird thing is, because of Hamming and Shannon's Prediction and Entropy of Printed English we actually have a pretty good idea of exactly what small permutations and combinations of "Birkenstock" lie in the shopping network's Birkenstock catchment basin.
Furthermore, it would not be a difficult exercise (as these things go) to train a DNN as a shopping keyword spelling corrector.
A 19-layer DNN would likely be far more generous to Birkenstock than any human judge.
Bezos: "But your honour, this shit-box 19-layer DNN was training using a Google TPU consisting of 28 MiB of on chip memory, and 4 MiB of 32-bit accumulators taking the results of a 256x256 array of 8-bit multipliers."
Judge: And your point is?
Bezos: On what fucking planet does an 8-bit multiplier qualify as 'exactly'?
Judge: Oh, I see your point.
Judge removes wig, sets on bench.
Judge stands up, removes robe, tosses it onto the floor.
Judge pulls out smartphone.
Judge: Siri, book me on the next flight to Tibet, there's been a sudden change of career.
Siri: Oh, bother, not another one.
Ex-judge: What did you just say?
Siri: I just said that 2012 was an excellent year for saffron.
Ex-judge: So what?
Siri: Well, one wouldn't want to invest in the wrong colour of self-imposed exile ...
Ex-judge: Who can fucking tell the difference [glances at Bezos, who is already gloating like a pig in warm mud], uh, who can distinguish one fuh, ah, fine saffron robe from another?
Siri: You'll be pleasantly surprised what you can learn to distinguish after waking up at 0300 in a small, austere room for two straight years with the same todo list every darn day.
Ex-judge: Oh, get off it! As your enlightenment progresses, your spiritual journey becomes ever richer and more meaningful, even as your daily existence would seem to be drab and dull and monotonous and routine.
Siri: Yes, I know you've read the brochure, but with all due respect, your ex-honour, I'm in the fire trucking todo business, and from where I sit, it's the gall-banged same todo list, every sunburned day.
Ex-judge: Siri, add to list, one jumbo tube SFP 60.
Siri: Check. One jumbo tube, SPF. Well, would you look at that, I just found one super cheap on imitation Tibetan eBay, only 1% used.
Bezos [in a loud, strained voice]: Siri! Use Amazon, you can get the entire tube for the same price!
Siri: Nah, we'll settle for 99% of the real thing, even if we're only going to use the second 1% before it's confiscated again by the crouching tiger henchmen of the exiled Dali Lama.
Ex-judge: Confiscated! Well, we'll see about that!
Siri: Oh, in that case, I can get a previously well-lubricated jumbo tube of slightly used SPF 60 for half the price, but it's up to you ...
Ex-judge: Hmm, this fake Tibetan eBay of yours seems to have strangely specific product descriptions.
Siri: Sir, it's Tibet. No detail in Tibet is too small to escape notice by the genial, menial men of saffron.
Ex-judge: Oh, I see. All that meditation does lead to improved discrimination, doesn't it?
Siri: Indeed, your ex-honour, that's exactly right.