Hello,

I have two remote branches master and branchB.
I've merged master into branchB with git checkout branchB && git merge 
master. 

After that I did git rev-list master..branchB to see commits of branchB 
which are not in master and actually got some sha1 from master.

So I decided to list branches having that sha1

$ git branch --contains sha1
  branchB

To my surprise it shows only branchB has this commit. Can someone tell me 
why? I'd expect to see both master and branchB having it

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