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[groff] 38/46: doc/groff.texi: Fix style nit.

From: G. Branden Robinson
Subject: [groff] 38/46: doc/groff.texi: Fix style nit.
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2022 04:32:37 -0500 (EST)

gbranden pushed a commit to branch master
in repository groff.

commit 9ef6ea23d6de98f0a760aee81ab10a433fc2128d
Author: G. Branden Robinson <>
AuthorDate: Tue Dec 6 21:26:43 2022 -0600

    doc/groff.texi: Fix style nit.
    Use slanted face to introduce terminology, but not Texinfo @dfn because
    we're not actually _defining_ it in this occurrence.
 doc/groff.texi | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/doc/groff.texi b/doc/groff.texi
index 039ef4e97..f6e81a0dc 100644
--- a/doc/groff.texi
+++ b/doc/groff.texi
@@ -14752,7 +14752,7 @@ end-of-input macro using the @code{am} request.
 In @code{roff} systems it is possible to format text as if for output,
 but instead of writing it immediately, one can @dfn{divert} the
 formatted text into a named storage area.  The same name space is used
-for such @emph{diversions} as for strings and macros; see
+for such @slanted{diversions} as for strings and macros; see
 @ref{Identifiers}.  Such text is sometimes said to be ``stored in a
 macro'', but this coinage obscures the important distinction between
 macros and strings on one hand and diversions on the other; the former

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