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"Grown ups are what's left when skool is finished." N Molesworth
Molesworth, spelling, and reverts
Please don't revert edits for poor spelling or bad grammar unless you're familiar with the Molesworth books and can tell the difference between verbatim quotes and actual bad spelling. Thanks! --Mpk 08:54, 14 February 2006 (UTC)
Just a quick note to would-be cleaner-uppers: please do not capitalise nigel's name! Loganberry 02:13, 6 Nov 2004 (UTC)
- Oh, all right. I was a young and callow Wikipedian back then! Loganberry (Talk) 03:19, 6 February 2008 (UTC)
I've checked my copy of the 2000 Penguin reprint, and the title of the third Molesworth book is written as "Whizz for Atomms", both in the contents, and in the reproduction of the original title page (p207 in the reprint). Nmg 14:48, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
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- I've added the article names to the rationale. Hopefully that should satisfy the bot. -- Zsero (talk) 04:50, 3 January 2008 (UTC)
"See below" - where, exactly
"The school's traditional local rivals are Porridge Court and Hogwarts (see below), who regularly beat them at sporting events."
There *is* no further mention of Hogwarts below (at the time of writing). Sloppy editing. (As usual).
... by the way Wikipedia *continues* to deliver low-resolution "mobile" versions of articles to devices which are high resolution. This is, as the English saying goes, "piss-poor". Wikipedia may be a volunteer run, charity-type organisation (albeit one which delivers one heck of an income! directly or indirectly, and fame a-plenty to Mr. Wales), but there really is no excuse for such appalling understanding of HTML, CSS and modern device resolution. In this respect the Wikipedia experience is set in the technological Stone Age. "Get a grip", Wikipedia (as another English saying goes). <<Posted by IP address: 220.127.116.11 >>