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[Bug 5298] Consider using another term for 'URI scheme'

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------- Comment #5 from johnarwe@us.ibm.com  2008-04-10 13:07 -------
App C: 
Note that the second element has a child element that contains an SML URI
Reference Scheme referring to course MAT100

I thought we intended to use subtly different language to refer to use of a
concrete instance of a ref scheme's markup vs its "abstract" definition.  IIRC
it was something like "instance of the XYZ Ref Scheme".  In this context, we
are talking about an example (instance), not the scheme def (class).
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