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[Bug 584605] Re: On page 8, Canonical is referred to as 'they' when the proper pronoun is 'it'
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Status: Fix Committed => Fix Released
On page 8, Canonical is referred to as 'they' when the proper pronoun is 'it'
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Chapter and page number: Prologue, p. 8 (p. 10 of the PDF)
In the note in the margin about Canonical, it is referred to as a company, which is in the singular form. In the next sentence, it is referred to using the pronoun 'they', which is incorrect because that pronoun refers to objects/entities in the plural. The sentence should read, "It has employees based around the world [...]".