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Clarify (#10327)

Wording is confusing to beginners - in the sentence before, it is just being explained that containers in the same pod are indeed run on the same physical host. Hopefully this clarifies that.
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Legogris authored and k8s-ci-robot committed Oct 4, 2018
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@@ -24,7 +24,8 @@ for how to run the containers. A pod's contents are always co-located and
co-scheduled, and run in a shared context. A pod models an
application-specific "logical host" - it contains one or more application
containers which are relatively tightly coupled — in a pre-container
world, they would have executed on the same physical or virtual machine.
world, being executed on the same physical or virtual machine would mean being
executed on the same logical host.
While Kubernetes supports more container runtimes than just Docker, Docker is
the most commonly known runtime, and it helps to describe pods in Docker terms.

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