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  1. In the CNTTS Apparatus, the variation type Z is defined as "Singular, this variation unit only has a single Greek witness to what might be a significant reading or only has Latin support." However, in actual usage a search for variation type Z points to textual varients that have many supporting manuscripts. Am I misunderstanding? I would like to use the CNTTS module in Accordance to find all the places where P66, for instance, has a reading that no other manuscript has. Is this possible? - Dave Hagelberg
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