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So it's no more use'ing warnings and no more real threads; no more "if braces" and no more \*ARGVs; no more dollars as the sigils; no more one-liners with `perl -a`; I'm free() at last I'm undef at last I'm lost and found ...fetch your stop words, baby... ...cos we're stemming words, tonight... ...import nlkt... ...everything's gonna... ...be alright?
The story behind: I used to wander the monastery when I had more free time and I still enjoy writing Perl for my needs, but finding a grave bug report abandoned for 7 years was just too sad to see. I removed the code I had written and implemented the task in question in a different language.

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