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--- ais/ai-00092.txt	2000/06/20 04:22:42	1.6
+++ ais/ai-00092.txt	2000/06/21 23:39:07	1.7
@@ -22,11 +22,11 @@
 
 D.1(21-22) says:
 
-   21  During activation, a task being activated inherits the active
-       priority of the its activator (see 9.2).
+   During activation, a task being activated inherits the active
+   priority of the its activator (see 9.2).
 
-   22  During rendezvous, the task accepting the entry call inherits the
-       active priority of the caller (see 9.5.3).
+   During rendezvous, the task accepting the entry call inherits the
+   active priority of the caller (see 9.5.3).
 
 But this implies that if Set_Priority or Hold is called on a task,
 other tasks that are currently inheriting priority from the first
@@ -41,12 +41,12 @@
 
 Modify D.1(21-22) as follows:
 
-   21  During activation, a task being activated inherits the active
-       priority that its activator (see 9.2) had at the time the
-       activation was initiated.
+   During activation, a task being activated inherits the active
+   priority that its activator (see 9.2) had at the time the
+   activation was initiated.
 
-   22  During rendezvous, the task accepting the entry call inherits the
-       priority of the entry call (see 9.5.3 and D.4).
+   During rendezvous, the task accepting the entry call inherits the
+   priority of the entry call (see 9.5.3 and D.4).
 
 Note that "priority of the entry call" is defined in D.4(9-11) in such a
 way that it doesn't change during rendezvous -- it can only change when

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