why does Grammarly say this is wrong? it's the name of a place. . .


"Buckner Baptist Children's Home in Dallas, Texas" should be fine, seeing as it's the name of a place, but Grammarly keeps marking it as a type-o.

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My life's journey as an orphan began at Buckner Baptist Children's Home in Dallas, Texas, and continued through various periods of time in foster homes until I was eighteen.
asked Jun 12 '12 at 03:53 Kara Nguyen New member

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You are correct. Grammarly is wrong. The only mistake you made was your spelling of "typo" (the irony!).

link answered Jun 12 '12 at 04:32 Jonathon VS Contributor

Yes, I am aware of that. I did it on purpose.

Kara NguyenJun 12 '12 at 04:38

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