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Well-written throughout. I have only one comment, and it's a nit-picky one: in opening the article, my eye happened to fall on the phrase "As Hoyle expands", and it took me a minute to figure this out. That's mostly my own fault, and I see that you are trying to avoid saying "As Hoyle explains" over and over (and of course "According to Hoyle" doesn't sound right either), but if another synonym could be found, I think that would be nice. Could you say, "As Hoyle points out" or "argues" or something like that?