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commit 6c84fc739407a24ad52ae2fc0ad41860a272a06b
parent 54073d221ce5a101f611c8f7e1e7e40fdc349ee5
Author: Lynn Foster <>
Date:   Tue,  7 May 2019 11:20:43 -0500

contains > containedIn (#506)

Mdocs/introduction/ | 2+-
Mrelease-doc-in-process/all_vf.TTL | 4++--
2 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/docs/introduction/ b/docs/introduction/ @@ -54,7 +54,7 @@ Economic Resources can be inventoried, not inventoried but could be, or it doesn * Not inventoried: You could keep track of it, but it isn't worth it. This usually happens for quantities of small or hard to measure items that are obtained in bulk, like solder or bolts. In this case, you have to look at the actual resource to see if you need more, the data won't tell you. * Not applicable: This is for types of work (unless scheduled), and other resources where it just doesn't make sense. -#### Unique identifiers fo resources +#### Unique identifiers for resources This can vary. And people can be allowed within some boundaries of agreement to specify which combination of other properties would constitute identifiers. diff --git a/release-doc-in-process/all_vf.TTL b/release-doc-in-process/all_vf.TTL @@ -270,8 +270,8 @@ vf:settledBy a owl:ObjectProperty ; vs:term_status "unstable" ; rdfs:comment "References an economic event that fully or partially settles the claim." . -vf:contains a owl:ObjectProperty ; - rdfs:label "contains" ; +vf:containedIn a owl:ObjectProperty ; + rdfs:label "contained in" ; rdfs:domain vf:EconomicResource ; rdfs:range vf:EconomicResource ; vs:term_status "unstable" ;