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[1.0.X] Fixed #9734 -- Typo fix in the custom fields documentation, p…

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Backport of r9557 from trunk.


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@@ -31,12 +31,12 @@ Our example object
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Creating custom fields requires a bit of attention to detail. To make things
-easier to follow, we'll use a consistent example throughout this document.
-Suppose you have a Python object representing the deal of cards in a hand of
-Bridge_. (Don't worry, you don't know how to play Bridge to follow this
-example. You only need to know that 52 cards are dealt out equally to four
-players, who are traditionally called *north*, *east*, *south* and *west*.)
-Our class looks something like this::
+easier to follow, we'll use a consistent example throughout this document:
+wrapping a Python object representing the deal of cards in a hand of Bridge_.
+Don't worry, you don't have know how to play Bridge to follow this example.
+You only need to know that 52 cards are dealt out equally to four players, who
+are traditionally called *north*, *east*, *south* and *west*. Our class looks
+something like this::
class Hand(object):
def __init__(self, north, east, south, west):

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