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There are several places in the documentation and comments where we use the words ‘constructor’ or ‘initializer’ to refer to the __init__ method of a class. We should change the wording to explicitly say ‘__init__ method’ instead.
Related to #2354.
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docs: use __init__ method instead of constructor
docs: always surround __init__ with `` in docs
docs: correct point,comma and plural replacements
docs: use "constructor" for from_settings() & rom_crawler() factory m…
use instantiation for "Crawler"
Co-Authored-By: Mikhail Korobov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
docs: use "constructor" for "from_crawler"
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