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       been refactored.  Behavior should be slightly more
       intelligent, primarily in terms of error messages which
       have been pared down to be more readable.  In a slight
-      number of scenarios it can better resolve the correct 
+      number of scenarios it can better resolve the correct
       foreign key than before.
 
-    - Added comparable_property(), adds query Comparator behavior
-      to regular, unmanaged Python properties
+    - Added comparable_property(), adds query Comparator
+      behavior to regular, unmanaged Python properties
 
     - The functionality of query.with_polymorphic() has been
       added to mapper() as a configuration option.
     - query.order_by() and query.group_by() will accept multiple
       arguments using *args (like select() already does).
 
-    - Added some convenience descriptors to Query: 
+    - Added some convenience descriptors to Query:
       query.statement returns the full SELECT construct,
       query.whereclause returns just the WHERE part of the
       SELECT construct.
     - random() is now a generic sql function and will compile to
       the database's random implementation, if any.
 
-    - update().values() and insert().values() take keyword 
+    - update().values() and insert().values() take keyword
       arguments.
 
-    - Fixed an issue in select() regarding its generation of FROM
-      clauses, in rare circumstances two clauses could be produced
-      when one was intended to cancel out the other.  Some ORM
-      queries with lots of eager loads might have seen this
-      symptom.
-
-    - The case() function now also takes a dictionary as its whens
-      parameter.  It also interprets the "THEN" expressions
-      as values by default, meaning case([(x==y, "foo")]) will
-      interpret "foo" as a bound value, not a SQL expression.
-      use text(expr) for literal SQL expressions in this case.
-      For the criterion itself, these may be literal strings
-      only if the "value" keyword is present, otherwise SA
-      will force explicit usage of either text() or literal().
+    - Fixed an issue in select() regarding its generation of
+      FROM clauses, in rare circumstances two clauses could be
+      produced when one was intended to cancel out the other.
+      Some ORM queries with lots of eager loads might have seen
+      this symptom.
+
+    - The case() function now also takes a dictionary as its
+      whens parameter.  It also interprets the "THEN"
+      expressions as values by default, meaning case([(x==y,
+      "foo")]) will interpret "foo" as a bound value, not a SQL
+      expression.  use text(expr) for literal SQL expressions in
+      this case.  For the criterion itself, these may be literal
+      strings only if the "value" keyword is present, otherwise
+      SA will force explicit usage of either text() or
+      literal().
 
 - declarative extension
     - The "synonym" function is now directly usable with
     - Got PG server side cursors back into shape, added fixed
       unit tests as part of the default test suite.  Added
       better uniqueness to the cursor ID [ticket:1001]
-      
+
 - oracle
     - The "owner" keyword on Table is now deprecated, and is
       exactly synonymous with the "schema" keyword.  Tables can
        dialect.  Will substitute into the ODBC connection string
        if given, defaults to 'SQL Server'.
 
-     - Added a new 'max_identifier_length' keyword parameter
-       for the pyodbc dialect. 
+     - Added a new 'max_identifier_length' keyword parameter for
+       the pyodbc dialect.
 
      - Improvements to pyodbc + Unix. If you couldn't get that
        combination to work before, please try again.
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