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 otherwise specified.
 
 Generally, DEBUG is debugging information, INFO is chatty success messages,
-WARN means something might be wrong, ERROR means something is
-definitely wrong, and CRITICAL means you'd better fix it now or else. 
-But each library can choose log at which level. So SQLAlchemy logs SQL queries
-at the INFO level on "sqlalchemy.engine.ENGINE_NAME", even though some people
-would consider this debugging information. 
+WARN means something might be wrong, ERROR means something is definitely wrong,
+and CRITICAL means you'd better fix it now or else. However, each library can
+choose to log at whichever level they like. For example, SQLAlchemy logs SQL
+queries at the INFO level on "sqlalchemy.engine.ENGINE_NAME", even though some
+people would consider this debugging information. 
 
 Logger names do NOT automatically correspond to Python module names, although
 it's customary to do so if there's no better name for the logger. That lets the