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-.TH EFI_ALLOC_AND_INIT 3EXT "November 20, 2019"
+.TH EFI_ALLOC_AND_INIT 3EXT "May 16, 2020"
 efi_alloc_and_init, efi_alloc_and_read, efi_free, efi_write, efi_use_whole_disk,
 efi_reserved_sectors \- manipulate a disk's EFI Partition Table

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 .in -2
 .SS "Protective Master Boot Record"
 When a disk receives an EFI label, a protective MBR (\fBPMBR\fR) is also
-written containing a single partiton of type \fBEEh\fR and spanning the
+written containing a single partition of type \fBEEh\fR and spanning the
 entire disk (up to the limit of what can be represented in an MBR). By
 default that partition is placed in slot 0 of the PMBR and not marked as
 active. Some BIOS implementations contain bugs that require the entry to be
 placed into a different slot or to be made active in order for the system
 to boot successfully. The default behaviour is modified for systems with known