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Re: Method Combination Objects

> Append to the paragraph:
>   "A method combination instance is a meta-object that encapsulates
>   the method combination type and options specified by the
>   {\bf :method-combination} option to forms that specify generic
>   function options."

I don't think you mean "type" in the sense of Common Lisp type here,
do you? Isn't "role" the correct technical term?

> (describe-method-concisely generic-function method method-combination)

Why is this any different from DESCRIBE? Presumably, a DESCRIBE method
could give the same information for a method object.