RE: handling proprietary usage of common words

Subject: RE: handling proprietary usage of common words
From: "Lane, Sion" <slane -at- thrupoint -dot- com>
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Date: Wed, 3 Jul 2013 09:25:06 +0100

I think you're doing the right thing Robert, or at least I agree with your

I've taken the same approach to our documentation, which contains similar


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