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jhwoodyatt  committed 90b5cd7

Fix an embarrassing spelling error (thanks to David MENTRE at
linux-france.org for catching it).

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 - Functional substring list manipulation (message buffer chains).
 - Gregorian calendar date manipulation.
 - Standard time manipulation.
-- System time in Temps Atomique Internationale (TAI).
+- System time in Temps Atomique International (TAI).
 - Unicode transcoding.
 - Extended socket interface (supports more options, and UDP w/multicast).
 - Universal resource identifier (URI) manipulation.

File cf/cf_tai64.mli

   OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 
  *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*)
 
-(** Computations with the Temps Atomique Internationale (TAI) timescale. *)
+(** Computations with the Temps Atomique International (TAI) timescale. *)
 
 (** {6 Overview}
 
     This module defines an abstract type and associated functions for
     computations with values representing epochs in the Temps Atomique
-    Internationale (TAI) timescale.  Values are represented internally with the
+    International (TAI) timescale.  Values are represented internally with the
     TAI64 format defined by Dan Bernstein, and support precision to the nearest
     second.
     

File cf/cf_tai64n.mli

   OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE. 
  *---------------------------------------------------------------------------*)
 
-(** Computations with the Temps Atomique Internationale (TAI) timescale. *)
+(** Computations with the Temps Atomique International (TAI) timescale. *)
 
 (** {6 Overview}
 
     This module (and its cognate {!Cf_tai64}) defines an abstract type and
     associated functions for computations with values representing epochs in
-    the Temps Atomique Internationale (TAI) timescale.  Values are represented
+    the Temps Atomique International (TAI) timescale.  Values are represented
     internally with the TAI64 format defined by Dan Bernstein, and support
     precision to the nearest nanosecond.