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diff --git a/org.eclipse.debug.core/core/org/eclipse/debug/core/model/package.html b/org.eclipse.debug.core/core/org/eclipse/debug/core/model/package.html
index adb722b52..9bd3a0ae8 100644
--- a/org.eclipse.debug.core/core/org/eclipse/debug/core/model/package.html
+++ b/org.eclipse.debug.core/core/org/eclipse/debug/core/model/package.html
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ launch configuration types capable of initiating a debug session.</p>
groups.</li>
<li>Register - A register group contains one or more registers.</li>
<li>Memory Blocks - A debug target may (optionally) support the retrieval of
- arbitrary contiguos segments of memory.</li>
+ arbitrary contiguous segments of memory.</li>
<li>Breakpoint - Breakpoints suspend the execution of a program.</li>
<li>Expression - An expression is a snippet of code that can be evaluated to
produce a value.</li>
@@ -66,11 +66,11 @@ implemented by instances of IBreakpoint. Each breakpoint object has an associate
which provides persistence and presentation in editors. The debug platform defines a generic
breakpoint and line breakpoint, as well as their corresponding marker definitions. Breakpoint
creation is a client responsibility - that is, defining the attributes of a breakpoint and
-the resource to associate a breakpoin marker with.</p>
+the resource to associate a breakpoint marker with.</p>
-<p>Breakpoint creation is a client responsibility, as the location in which a breakpoint may
-be placed, and the attributes that a debug target requires to install a breakpoint is
-specific to each debug architecture.</p>
+<p>Also, the location in which a breakpoint may
+be placed, and the attributes that a debug target requires to install a breakpoint are
+specific to each debug architecture, and thus a client responsibility.</p>
<h5>Persistence</h5>

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