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Please do not revert the article from its present state. The prior version was grammatically incorrect and wasn't Wikified properly - we do not wikify every possible word on the page, as it makes the article hard to read. We only wikify important words (usually subject specific names, places, and dates), and we only do it once. What possible reason would anyone reading this article have to need to look at something like abroad? It was also full of material that didn't belong on this page, such as the list of punk bands, which I gave its own page. I fully understand the irony of asking a group of editors working on an anarchy article to follow guidelines, but everyone else in the project seems to be able to do it. MSJapan 13:18, 22 May 2006 (UTC)
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