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typo in Schema Datatypes draft

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Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2000 14:02:03 -0500
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3.2.9 binary
[Definition:] binary represents arbitrary binary data. The value space of
binary is the set of finite sequences of binary octets. 
Constraint: encoding required for binary 
It is an error for binary to be used directly in a schema. Only datatypes
that are derived from binary by specify a value for encoding can be used in
a schema. 

In the last sentence change "by specify" to "by specifying".
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