Identical text blocks at different positions: editing one block changes the others automatically?

I have identical text blocks / phrases / parts to be shown at different positions. I want to edit only one of the identical text blocks / phrases / parts. The other identical text blocks / phrases / parts should adapt automatically. What would be the best way to do it?

For example (I edit one of the identical text blocks / phrases / parts and the other identical text blocks / phrases / parts automatically get adapted):

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As far as I know, you can’t easily do this in 1.9.x.

In 3.x, the $include placeholder allows you to include the text from another Binder document or even an external file. See section 10.1.5 in the Windows 3 beta manual.

Alright, thank you !