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[S05] s:g/Perl6/Perl 6/

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@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ backtracks, the next best rule is chosen. That is, the pecking order
determines a candidate list; just because one candidate is chosen does not
mean the rest are thrown away. They may, however, be explicitly thrown away
by an appropriate backtracking control (sometimes called a "cut" operator,
-but Perl6 has several of them, depending on how much you want to cut).
+but Perl 6 has several of them, depending on how much you want to cut).
=head1 New match result and capture variables
@@ -629,7 +629,7 @@ or you'll end up with:
Any grammar regex is really just a kind of method, and you may
declare variables in such a routine using a colon followed by any
-scope declarator parsed by the Perl6 grammar, including C<my>,
+scope declarator parsed by the Perl 6 grammar, including C<my>,
C<our>, C<state>, and C<constant>. (As quasi declarators, C<temp>
and C<let> are also recognized.) A single statement (up through
a terminating semicolon) is parsed as normal Perl 6 code:

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