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Fixed kqueue description in the text of --monitor values in README.md

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kqueue
kqueue(2) [FreeBSD, (Linux via libkqueue)]
A *BSD kernel event notification mechanism (inc. timer, sockets,
files etc).
This monitor subsystem that cannot determine file creation event, but
it can determine a directory where something happened. So clsync is
have to rescan whole dir every time on any content change. Moreover,
kqueue requires an open() on every watched file/dir. But FreeBSD
doesn't allow to open() symlink itself (without follow) and it's
highly invasively to open() pipes and devices. So clsync just won't
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