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     3== Sentence Split
     4
     5Chicken port Scheme port of [Lingua::EN::Sentence](https://github.com/kimryan/Lingua-EN-Sentence) Perl module
     6=== Description
     7
     8Sentence split extracts sentences from a body of text using a series of regular expressions. This project was originated by Shlomo Yona. The Perl module is currently maintained by Kim Ryan
     9
     10=== Project / Source Code Repository
     11
     12[[https://gitlab.com/maxwell79/chicken-sentence-split]]
     13
     14=== Maintainer
     15
     16David Ireland (djireland79 at gmail dot com)
     17
     18== API
     19
     20
     21<procedure>(get-sentences text)</procedure>
     22<procedure>(acronyms)</procedure>
     23<procedure>(end-of-sentence) </procedure>
     24<procedure>(set-end-of-setence!) </procedure>
     25<procedure>(add-acronyms!) </procedure>
     26
     27== Changelog
     28
     29* 0.1 Initial Release
     30
     31
     32== License
     33
     34
     35 This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Kim Ryan.
     36
     37This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
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     42a) the GNU General Public License as published by the Free
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     47--- The GNU General Public License, Version 1, February 1989 ---
     48
     49This software is Copyright (c) 2016 by Kim Ryan.
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     53  The GNU General Public License, Version 1, February 1989
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