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NodeJS docs call it a module, so let's call it that too for consistency

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## Models and validations
-Geddy has a simple way of defining models, with a full-featured
+Geddy has a simple way of defining models with a full-featured
set of data validations. The syntax is similar to models in
Ruby's ActiveRecord or DataMapper.
@@ -365,7 +365,7 @@ util.puts(user.errors.password);
## Running the tests
In the geddy project directory, run `jake test`. The tests simply
-use NodeJS's `assert` library, which throws an error on failure.
+use NodeJS's `assert` module, which throws an error on failure.
If there are no errors, the tests all ran successfully.
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@mde
mde commented on e5a8fa9 Dec 2, 2012

The phrase "with a full-featured set of data validations" modifies "way of defining," not "models." So the comma is needed here. :)

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