It depends on whether you interpret "the commonly-used Perl language" as "The Perl language, which is commonly used, ..." or "The commonly-used Perl language (as opposed to some not-commonly-used language also known as Perl)"
I think we can agree we are splitting hairs here, just as Perl 6 is splitting heirs wrt the Perl branding.
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