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Editorial: replace "in in" phrasing with something less awkward

Fixes #3118.
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sam0410 authored and domenic committed Oct 25, 2017
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@@ -60649,7 +60649,7 @@ idea from Mihai:
<dd>
<p>Cut the line on which <var>end</var> finds itself short at <var>end</var> and place a point there, cutting the subpath that it was in in two;
<p>Cut the line on which <var>end</var> finds itself short at <var>end</var> and place a point there, cutting in two the subpath that it was in;
remove all line segments, joins, points, and subpaths that are between <var>start</var> and <var>end</var>; and finally place a single point at <var>start</var> with no lines connecting to it.</p>
<p>The point has a <i>directionality</i> for the purposes of drawing line caps (see below).
@@ -60662,9 +60662,9 @@ idea from Mihai:
<dd>
<p>Cut the line on which <var>start</var> finds itself into two at <var>start</var> and place a point there, cutting the subpath that it was in in two, and
similarly cut the line on which <var>end</var> finds itself short at <var>end</var> and place a point there, cutting the subpath that <em>it</em> was in in
two, and then remove all line segments, joins, points, and subpaths that are between <var>start</var> and <var>end</var>.</p>
<p>Cut the line on which <var>start</var> finds itself into two at <var>start</var> and place a point there, cutting in two the subpath that it was in, and
similarly cut the line on which <var>end</var> finds itself short at <var>end</var> and place a point there, cutting in two the subpath that <em>it</em> was in,
and then remove all line segments, joins, points, and subpaths that are between <var>start</var> and <var>end</var>.</p>
<p>If <var>start</var> and <var>end</var> are the same point, then this
results in just the line being cut in two and two points being inserted there, with nothing
@@ -120823,6 +120823,7 @@ INSERT INTERFACES HERE
Sam Kuper,
Sam Ruby,
Sam Weinig,
Samikshya Chand,
Samuel Bronson,
Samy Kamkar,
Sander van Lambalgen,

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