The final card must be ENDATA (notice the odd spelling).
When the "i" was added but before the "e," Devo lead singer Mark Mothersbaugh reportedly remarked that the odd spelling "looked right."
It was composed, he saw, of the same odd spelling and word arrangement that he'd found on the title page.
The odd spelling of his first name came from a period of employment in a Pizza Hut, when the "e" was omitted from his nametag.
About 1,100 names are reviewed every year, and 15 percent to 20 percent are rejected, mostly for odd spellings.
There was also the symptomatic cover-up of the dyslexic: the impenetrable handwriting, in which an odd guessed-at-but-wrong spelling can be tactically camouflaged.
Half Irish and half English, he said the seemingly odd spelling of his name was the way Chaucer had spelled it in the 14th century.
The odd spelling, with hyphen and apostrophe, is an archaic Dutch possessive form.
In some cases, both spellings were used, or an odd spelling was only used in one distinguishable section of the text.
The odd spelling of the "Littul Kittons" is intentional, as research into the term would act as a tripwire, alerting the Norstrilian defenses to potential hostile activity.