I defined


for URLs, because I find 


inconvenient (there are ~30 URLs in my document and all of them unique).
But \hyphenatedurl doesn't work with '%' (and '\%' gets printed
literally). I'll just use \useURL as a workaround, but shouldn't
\hyphenatedurl work as well?

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