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[Bug 5149] normative format rfc2119 keywords used in non-normative notes

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------- Comment #2 from mike@saxonica.com  2008-01-03 17:08 -------
Actually I find that when you're trying to summarize or explain the
consequences of some detailed rules, phrases like "The rules above ensure
that..." or "In summary, ..." can be very helpful as an indicator to the reader
that the material is in some sense secondary, even if it isn't technically
non-normative.
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