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doc: cleanup verbiage

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1 1 =head1 NAME
2 2
3   -burp - AUR uploader
  3 +burp - an AUR uploader
4 4
5 5 =head1 SYNOPSIS
6 6
7   -I<burp> [options] PACKAGE [PACKAGE2..]
  7 +I<burp> [options] packages...
8 8
9 9 =head1 DESCRIPTION
10 10
11 11 burp is a simple tool to upload packages to the AUR. It is written in C and
12 12 only depends on libcurl for its functionality.
13 13
  14 +Invoking burp consists of supplying any applicable options and one or more
  15 +packages. Packages are tarballs generated by makepkg's --source operation.
  16 +
14 17 =head1 OPTIONS
15 18
16 19 =over
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35 38
36 39 =item B<-C> I<FILE>B<, --cookies=>I<FILE>
37 40
38   -Use I<FILE> to store cookies rather than the default temporary file. If a valid cookie
39   -file is found, burp will attempt to login using the cookies in this file rather than
40   -by username and password. Do B<not> attempt to use a cookie file from your web browser
41   -or other application.
  41 +I<FILE> is the path in which to store cookies instead of the default temporary
  42 +file. If this file exists and is in valid Netscape cookie file format, login to
  43 +the AUR will be attempted using these cookies. Also see the -k option.
42 44
43 45 =item B<-k, --keep-cookies>
44 46

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