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I want Linux ispell to reject the old-style spelling "parametrize" in favor of the more modern variant "parameterize". I can add "parameterize" to my personal dictionary, no problem. But how can I tell ispell to flag "parametrize" as misspelled, even though it is there in the system dictionary?

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