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should be a synonym of -- both are related to Windows Azure Caching. The tag wiki for the tag should be the one associated with since is more comprehensive.

EDIT: please note that I've edited the request since its creation, because my original request did not take into account the terminology used by Microsoft to name the cache technology.

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Starting on manual re-tag. Is anyone else with me? Let's go! – Richard J. Ross III Mar 1 '13 at 19:43
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The information you posted seemed good, so I did a manual re-tag on 55-ish questions, copied over the tag wiki, and now after 24 hours the old tag should disappear!

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Thank you very much for your interest and for your work -- I appreciate that. – edymtt Mar 2 '13 at 11:38

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