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use 're-attach' and 'pre-existing'

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@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ are as follows:
If X is a new document, it becomes managed. The document X will be
entered into the database as a result of the flush operation.
-
- If X is a preexisting managed document, it is ignored by the
+ If X is a pre-existing managed document, it is ignored by the
persist operation. However, the persist operation is cascaded to
documents referenced by X, if the relationships from X to these
other documents are mapped with cascade=PERSIST or cascade=ALL.
@@ -287,7 +287,7 @@ returned.
The ``merge`` operation is usually not as frequently needed and
used as ``persist`` and ``remove``. The most common scenario for
-the ``merge`` operation is to reattach documents to an
+the ``merge`` operation is to re-attach documents to an
DocumentManager that come from some cache (and are therefore
detached) and you want to modify and persist such a document.

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