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minor fixes, get rid of a question I understand now.

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File doc/assert.txt

 
         assert f.read() != '...'
 
-This might fail but subsequently pass when  re-interpretated.  You can
+This might fail but subsequently pass when  re-interpreted.  You can
 rewrite this (and any other expression with side effects) easily, though::
 
         content = f.read()
 the initial error.  py.test notices when this happens and prints a warning
 at the command line.
 Note that it is good practice to avoid asserts with side effects, something
-which is easy to do with py.test.  XYZZY insert reference to where this is
-explained.  
-Or you can turn off assert reinterpretation by invoking py.test as
+which is easy to do with py.test.
+
+Or you can turn off assert re-interpretation by invoking py.test as
 ``py.test --no-assert``.