* I realized taken out of context this guideline is a bit weird. When writing veritas I had lots of cases where I had to compare one object with another, besides the standard #eql? and #== methods, and I established a convention that I would always name the other object "other" since it really could be any kind of object, and I didn't want to give it a more generic name like "object". Also the use of "other" as the argument to predicate methods seems to be in common use in other libraries, so I decided to go with convention on this.
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