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28 December 2014

27 December 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . Charlotte, North Carolina‎; 12:15 . . (-36). .Only (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 639785144 by Debbsmith (talk) A. you can't cite using another Wikipedia article; B. this is about the city, not the metro. area)
  • (diff | hist) . . Charlotte, North Carolina‎; 12:14 . . (-171). .Only (talk | contribs)(Undid revision 639785925 by Debbsmith (talk) you're going to need to supply a source; and it goes completely off topic talking about a place other than Charlotte)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Charlotte, North Carolina‎; 08:15 . . (+171). .Debbsmith (talk | contribs)(After the American Revolution: The mint in Charlotte was secondary in importance to a U.S. mint in Dahlonega, GA,, which is also acknowledged to be the site of the most important gold rush prior to the discovery of gold in California.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Charlotte, North Carolina‎; 08:02 . . (+36). .Debbsmith (talk | contribs)(It is misleading to sat Charlotte is the second largest city in the SE behind Jacksonville, FL. Neither of those cities remotely compare to Atlanta, GA as the SE's hub city. In terms of metro area size, Atlanta dwarfs both.)

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  • (diff | hist) . . Latin‎; 21:24 . . (+7). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(Orthography: give a name to the example! also long i is written with i longa)
  • (diff | hist) . . Latin‎; 08:38 . . (+45). .110.149.158.10 (talk)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Latin‎; 06:10 . . (+12). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(Consonants: parallelism)
  • (diff | hist) . . Latin‎; 06:04 . . (-1,304). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(Consonants: simplify notes table and reorder, to provide only pronunciation, environment, and English example)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Latin‎; 04:18 . . (-268). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(Consonants: reformat table of notes; change from phonemic to phonetic notation; add allophones to IPA column; italics for English examples of sounds)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Latin‎; 03:35 . . (0). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(short i is near-open)
  • (diff | hist) . . Latin‎; 03:33 . . (-255). .Erutuon (talk | contribs)(Phonology: ridiculously extravagant to describe both capital and lowercase forms of vowels with both breve and macron; y is not always long move some description out of list)