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Added some style changes in asset pipeline documentation

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@@ -496,16 +496,11 @@ In this example, `require_self` is used. This puts the CSS contained within the
file (if any) at the precise location of the `require_self` call. If
`require_self` is called more than once, only the last call is respected.
-NOTE. If you want to use multiple Sass files, you should generally use the [Sass
-`@import`
-rule](http://sass-lang.com/docs/yardoc/file.SASS_REFERENCE.html#import) instead
-of these Sprockets directives. Using Sprockets directives all Sass files exist
-within their own scope, making variables or mixins only available within the
-document they were defined in. You can do file globbing as well using
-`@import "*"`, and `@import "**/*"` to add the whole tree equivalent to how
-`require_tree` works. Check the [sass-rails
-documentation](https://github.com/rails/sass-rails#features) for more info and
-important caveats.
+NOTE. If you want to use multiple Sass files, you should generally use the [Sass `@import` rule](http://sass-lang.com/docs/yardoc/file.SASS_REFERENCE.html#import)
+instead of these Sprockets directives. Using Sprockets directives all Sass files exist within
+their own scope, making variables or mixins only available within the document they were defined in.
+You can do file globbing as well using `@import "*"`, and `@import "**/*"` to add the whole tree
+equivalent to how `require_tree` works. Check the [sass-rails documentation](https://github.com/rails/sass-rails#features) for more info and important caveats.
You can have as many manifest files as you need. For example, the `admin.css`
and `admin.js` manifest could contain the JS and CSS files that are used for the

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