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|@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@ fractions. Like an L<Instant>, it is epoch-agnostic. In numeric contexts|
|either a L<Rat> or a L<FatRat> representing the number of seconds it holds.|
|C<Duration>s can be subtracted from or added to C<Instant>s to yield another,|
|-new C<Instant>. A C<Duration> will come as a result of subtracting to|
|-C<Instant>s. A C<Duration> can also come out of mathematical operations between|
|+new C<Instant>. Subtracting one C<Instant> from another yields a C<Duration>.|
|+A C<Duration> can also result from mathematical operations between|
|two C<Duration>s when it makes sense (namely, the addition, subtraction, or|
|modulous of two C<Duration>s). The type of object returned for other numeric|
|operations is currently unspecified.|