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This is flannel raised to the power of flannel, notated as FlannelFlannel or FF. (By the way, F' is the inverse of F).

In other news, what is the hierarchy, and/or Venn diagram, as the case may be, between “amend”, “supplement” and “modify”? Are you fearful enough to care, O brave legal eagle of the sky?

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