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doc: remove deprecation definition in Collaborator Guide
The Collaborator Guide links to a definition of "deprecation" but also
quotes it extensively. Remove the extensive quotes.

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### Deprecations

[_Deprecation_][] is "the discouragement of use of some … feature … or practice,
typically because it has been superseded or is no longer considered efficient or
safe, without completely removing it or prohibiting its use. It can also imply
that a feature, design, or practice will be removed or discontinued entirely in
the future."

Node.js uses three Deprecation levels:
Node.js uses three [Deprecation][] levels:

* *Documentation-Only Deprecation*: A deprecation notice is added to the API
documentation but no functional changes are implemented in the code. By
@@ -795,9 +789,9 @@ When things need extra attention, are controversial, or `semver-major`:
If you cannot find who to cc for a file, `git shortlog -n -s <file>` may help.

["Merge Pull Request"]:
[Stability Index]: doc/api/
[`--pending-deprecation`]: doc/api/
[`--throw-deprecation`]: doc/api/

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