You may choose how to effect these changes. One good idea, no matter what you choose, is to keep a set of corrections that is initially empty and to add words to it as you find them. The addAll() method may be particularly helpful here. It may also be worth your while to build, for a given canonical form, a map that connects that form to the set of forms that are "off-by-one" from it. This map may take a while to initialize, but can then be used quite efficiently to produce corrections.
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