Several clojure.contrib.seq/seq-utils functions have been promoted
(with some modification) to clojure.core.
Here's the super-terse summary from the code comment:
;; moved to clojure.core: flatten, partition-all, frequencies,
;; reductions, shuffle, partition-by
;; moved with semantic changes:
;; group-by now returns an *unsorted* map
;; moved with name changes:
;; rand-elt => clojure.core/rand-nth
;; includes? => clojure.core/seq-contains?
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