Is the spelling "curios" acceptable? Someone has given the title "The curios case of ..." for his talk (it does not follow by Benjamin Button!). At first, I thought that it is a misspell but after some googling, I am in doubt (there are 18,100 results for "curios case" found by Google, for instance, I found https://www.amazon.com/Curios-case-Benjamin-Button/dp/1976249821).


'Curios' would the plural form of 'curio', a curio being an object of, usually historical, significance. If you want to know what is going down you are 'curious'. I think it must have been a typo.

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