[Note to students. If eight pages of your paper are barely literate, and I suddenly come across a section that uses the words like "eshews" or "prevalent," I'm gonna google it.]Conscientious students even catch it. I was talking with a student who told me a story about working with a classmate, and telling that classmate to put some quotation marks and a footnote on a passage the style of which was clearly different from the rest of the paper.
ERWISCHT? The first six entries under this search string point to this standard statistics problem. The seventh, oddly, points to me. I wonder if somewhere, a corner-cutting student was a bit obvious.