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With a fill column of 80, the following paragraph is not changed by M-Q:

The first Lisp-specific editing commands were those to move over, kill, and copy s-expressions.  These have existed since the 1960's, originally as TECO macros.  They are
basic to the editing of Lisp code in a text-based editor, since they provide the
capabilities which come naturally to structure editors which edit actual lists
of a function definition in Lisp.