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POD fixes, reported by Mark Stratman (GH #22).

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commit 2771dcdb045f663d8bc304b4196651faab612e46 1 parent 4b517e8
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3  CREDITS
@@ -74,3 +74,6 @@ E: fwie@cpan.org
N: Shawn M Moore
E: sartak@bestpractical.com
+
+N: Mark A. Stratman
+E: mark@sporkstorms.org
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2  sections/moose.pod
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ By convention, invocants in Perl methods are lexical variables named C<$self>,
but this is merely pervasive convention. The example implementation of
C<meow()> does not use the invocant, so it's irrelevant once method dispatch
has completed. In that sense, C<meow()> is like C<new()>; you can safely use
-the name of the class C(<Cat>) as its invocant. This is a I<class method>:
+the name of the class (C<Cat>) as its invocant. This is a I<class method>:
=begin programlisting
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4 sections/regular_expressions.pod
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ the regex: an indivisible unit of the pattern. The regex binding operator
on its right to the string produced by the expression on its left. When
evaluated in scalar context, a match evaluates to a true value if it succeeds.
-The negated form of the binding operator C(!~) evalutes to false if the match
+The negated form of the binding operator (C<!~>) evalutes to false if the match
succeeds.
=head2 The C<qr//> Operator and Regex Combinations
@@ -380,7 +380,7 @@ X<word boundary metacharacter>
If you're not fortunate enough to have a Unix word dictionary file available,
the I<word boundary metacharacter> (C<\b>) matches only at the boundary between
-a word character (C<\w>) and a non-word character C(<\W>):
+a word character (C<\w>) and a non-word character (C<\W>):
=begin programlisting
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