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Improved footnote formatting.

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commit 62ff5e8152fd994607f6b9a151b4ce78cec056ad 1 parent 1b555d8
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@@ -218,3 +218,6 @@ E: thundergnat@gmail.com
N: Anneli Cuss
E: celtic@sairyx.org
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+N: Andy Lester
+E: andy@petdance.com
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@@ -109,7 +109,7 @@ For the limited case of filehandle operations, the dative use is so prevalent
that you can use the indirect invocation approach if you surround your intended
invocant with curly brackets. If you're using Perl 5.14 (or if you load
C<IO::File> or C<IO::Handle>), you can use methods on lexical
-filehandlesN<<Almost no one does this for C<print> and C<say> though.>>.
+filehandlesN<Almost no one does this for C<print> and C<say> though.>.
X<CPAN; C<Perl::Critic>>
X<CPAN; C<Perl::Critic::Policy::Dynamic::NoIndirect>>
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