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The result of the debate was no move, as the request is old and forgotten. Please take to WP:RM. Patstuarttalk|edits 00:32, 26 December 2006 (UTC)
Electronic Numbering → ? – Title is inaccurate, it should be determined which title is correct so it can be moved. The most likely candidate is blocked by a redirect page created when it was moved, then for some reason moved back again.
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I have felt for a long time that the term "electronic number" is misleading and have first-hand experience explaining to someone how ENUM is related to VoIP, but not required to make VoIP work simply because of this incorrect terminology. WirelessMike 05:02, 20 March 2006 (UTC)
Short for 'enumerated' which can be set types in multiple programming languages.
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I'm really not sure where this should be noted, but the word "biunivocally" is not in the dictionary. Humorously enough, "univocal" is in the dictionary, and the definition from Meriam Webster: "1 : having one meaning only, 2 : UNAMBIGUOUS".