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+ ## NOTE
+ 
+ This package shares core concepts with [`noplyr`](https://github.com/yonicd/noplyr) (and the author of `noplyr` is a contributor to `freebase`). For valid, needed reason, `noplyr` uses `rlang` and that introduces a compilation dependency/requirement which `freebase` is trying to avoid. The goal of `freebase` is 100% base R implementation of core/most frequently used `tidyverse` components primarily for use by package authors who prefer `tidyverse` idioms and would like to use them in package development but do not want to introduce compilation and/or third-party dependencies.
+ 
+ As noted _just above_, `freebase` should be uses deliberately and with caution.
+ 
  ## What's Inside The Tin
  
  The following functions are implemented:

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+ ## NOTE
+ 
+ This package shares core concepts with
+ [`noplyr`](https://github.com/yonicd/noplyr) (and the author of `noplyr`
+ is a contributor to `freebase`). For valid, needed reason, `noplyr` uses
+ `rlang` and that introduces a compilation dependency/requirement which
+ `freebase` is trying to avoid. The goal of `freebase` is 100% base R
+ implementation of core/most frequently used `tidyverse` components
+ primarily for use by package authors who prefer `tidyverse` idioms and
+ would like to use them in package development but do not want to
+ introduce compilation and/or third-party dependencies.
+ 
+ As noted *just above*, `freebase` should be uses deliberately and with
+ caution.
+ 
  ## What’s Inside The Tin
  
  The following functions are implemented: