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> The Z99 System monitors the D directory for orders ... When it sees a
> files in this directory, it imports them into a temporary file...
In my technical writing I avoid humanizing machines with 5-senses
verbs. The machine can't see, hear, feel, touch, .... can't remember
the other one :-).
It can, however, find, destroy, make, etc, (most other action verbs).
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