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, "Andy Mytys" <amytys@...>
> Thanks for the edits, Pam. I incorporated all the edits. In
> of the Lexan not absorbing tastes, I merged the statement into
> the "resistant" sentence so that it now reads like it's just
> resistant to absorbing tastes, which I think is a fair way to
Fair enough. One small edit -
"It is resistant to staining and odors, and absorbing any tastes
from previously held contents."
remove the first "and" and replace with a comma. i.e. "It is
resistant to staining, odors, and absorbing any tastes...
> I put quotes around the "3-season" (In the "3-season") - I'm
> suggesting this to be a personal style issue, as I tend to refer
> backpacking having two seasons - the "3-season" and "winter,"
> following tent conventions.
I still don't think "In the "3-season" " sounds grammatically
correct, but I will not argue the point. With the quotation marks
I'm willing to chalk it up to a style issue.
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