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|@@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ per route. For example, you can create a route with the pattern ``/items``|
|and when the route is matched, you can shuffle off the request to one view if|
|the request method is GET, another view if the request method is POST, etc.|
|A system known as "view predicates" allows for this. Request method matching|
|-is the very most basic thing you can do with a view predicate. You can also|
|+is the most basic thing you can do with a view predicate. You can also|
|associate views with other request parameters such as the elements in the|
|query string, the Accept header, whether the request is an XHR request or|
|not, and lots of other things. This feature allows you to keep your|
|@@ -206,7 +206,7 @@ information.|
|Upgrading to the Very Latest Pyramid Release|
|-When you upgrade your application to the very most recent Pyramid release,|
|+When you upgrade your application to the most recent Pyramid release,|
|it's advisable to upgrade step-wise through each most recent minor release,|
|beginning with the one that you know your application currently runs under,|
|and ending on the most recent release. For example, if your application is|