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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

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