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doc: cookbook: Fix misuses of double spacing.

* doc/guix-cookbook.texi (Extended example):
(StumpWM):
(Basic setup with manifests): Prevent Texinfo from ending a sentence where it
should not.
(Setting up a bind mount): Add two spaces where needed.
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@ -1080,7 +1080,7 @@ mechanism of passing code around two running processes is called @uref{https://a
@subsubsection Utility functions
When customizing @code{phases}, we often need to write code that mimics the
equivalent system invocations (@code{make}, @code{mkdir}, @code{cp}, etc.) commonly used during
equivalent system invocations (@code{make}, @code{mkdir}, @code{cp}, etc.)@: commonly used during
regular ``Unix-style'' installations.
Some like @code{chmod} are native to Guile.
@ -1576,7 +1576,7 @@ available for inclusion into the initrd.
You could install StumpWM with a Guix system by adding
@code{stumpwm-checkout} and optionally @code{`(,stumpwm-checkout "lib")}
packages to a system configuration file, e.g. @file{/etc/config.scm}.
packages to a system configuration file, e.g.@: @file{/etc/config.scm}.
An example configuration can look like this:
@ -1620,7 +1620,7 @@ Then you need to add the following code to a StumpWM configuration file
@section Setting up a bind mount
To bind mount a file system, one must first set up some definitions
before the @code{operating-system} section of the system definition. In
before the @code{operating-system} section of the system definition. In
this example we will bind mount a folder from a spinning disk drive to
@code{/tmp}, to save wear and tear on the primary SSD, without
dedicating an entire partition to be mounted as @code{/tmp}.
@ -1792,7 +1792,7 @@ where we will store our profiles in the rest of this article.
Placing all your profiles in a single directory, with each profile getting its
own sub-directory, is somewhat cleaner. This way, each sub-directory will
contain all the symlinks for precisely one profile. Besides, "looping over
profiles" becomes obvious from any programming language (e.g. a shell script) by
profiles" becomes obvious from any programming language (e.g.@: a shell script) by
simply looping over the sub-directories of @samp{$GUIX_EXTRA_PROFILES}.
Note that it's also possible to loop over the output of
@ -1862,7 +1862,7 @@ guix package -m /path/to/guix-my-project-manifest.scm -p "$GUIX_EXTRA_PROFILES"/
To upgrade all profiles, it's easy enough to loop over them. For instance,
assuming your manifest specifications are stored in
@samp{~/.guix-manifests/guix-$profile-manifest.scm}, with @samp{$profile} being the name
of the profile (e.g. "project1"), you could do the following in Bourne shell:
of the profile (e.g.@: "project1"), you could do the following in Bourne shell:
@example
for profile in "$GUIX_EXTRA_PROFILES"/*; do

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