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diana committed 1597f9d

I think this is a bit clearer: "within the same query", makes it sound like one SQL statement will be issued rather than two (or more) SQL statements.

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File lib/sqlalchemy/orm/__init__.py

         the join is "outer" or not is determined by the ``innerjoin``
         parameter.
 
-      * ``subquery`` - items should be loaded "eagerly" within the same
-        query as that of the parent, using a second SQL statement
-        which issues a JOIN to a subquery of the original
-        statement.
+      * ``subquery`` - items should be loaded "eagerly" as the parents are
+        loaded, using one additional SQL statement, which issues a JOIN to a
+        subquery of the original statement, for each collection requested.
 
       * ``noload`` - no loading should occur at any time.  This is to
         support "write-only" attributes, or attributes which are