"Homeoteleuton" is a word worth not knowing. You may want to jump right to adding other words and pages to your reading list.
For a "homeoteleuton" is a mistake you don't want to make: when similar words appear twice or more at the end of a line on a page and the gaze is not steady (say, because you are copying the text or sipping tea), the eye all too easily jumps ahead leaving entire lines unread. Most insidiously, the homeoteleuton will go unnoticed when you know the text already, like a monk copying a book of the bible.
Now, to make sure you skip none of your reading, Mac OS X Mail can remember it for you in Safari:
›› Don't want to read or even open links in an email now but still be done with the message? Save the links for later. It's easy with the Safari Reading List and Mac OS X Mail.