User:Alexikoua

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Updated DYK query Did you know... that this user has contributed 67 articles to the Did you know column?
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This editor is a Veteran Editor II and is entitled to display this Bronze Editor Star. For your tireless and numerous contributions to Greek historical articles, and especially Epirus-related ones, with respect, Constantine 29 January 2010 For creating particularly fine articles and your overall contribution to Wikipedia in general.--Ptolion, 15 January 2010 Although many Albanians will hate me for doing this, I think I have to give this award, as you teach very often a couple of things to both Greeks and Albanians in Wikipedia. Sulmues. 21:21, 1 June 2010 By order of the Military history WikiProject coordinators, for your good work helping with the WikiProject's Peer and A-Class reviews during the period July-December 2009, I hereby award you this Military history WikiProject Reviewers' award. TomStar81 (Talk) 02:01, 1 September 2010 Thank you for your contributions to wikipedia, which have significantly improved the accessibility of knowledge, especially of Greek topics. Congratulations on achieving main page DYK status for 25 of the articles that you created or expanded. Please keep up the impressive work.William S. Saturn. 23:19, 18 June 2010 For 46 DYK, 7 DYK images, 1 A class, 7 GA class... And for much, much more. All best, and keep up the great work! WhiteWriter speaks 11:28, 13 March 2011
It's been some time since your last one, and you keep to produce well-sourced, interesting articles on a variety of Greece-related topics. From the Modern Greek Enlightenment and the historic schools of the Greek diaspora to Byzantine literature, Greek aviation pioneers and, of course, the history and geography of Epirus. For enriching Wikipedia's coverage about Greece and Greek history, I award you with the official barnstar of WikiProject Greece. Άξιος! Cplakidas (talk) 19:29, 25 October 2010 A Greek geography article that needs to be promoted is a difficuly task, good luck CrazyMartini (talk) 21:24, 20 November 2010 For continued excellent contributions on neglected areas of Greek history, and especially for the long-desired article on the Great Famine. Well done! Constantine ✍ 14:00, 17 September 2011 (UTC) For your many efforts in writing articles on Albania and the Albanians of Southern Albania and for the many edits that you have made to improve Albanian related articles, may you enjoy this barnstar for your Albanian related efforts. It seems like you love Albania and the Albanians and you truly deserve this Albanian barnstar of Albanian National Merit. With my whole Albanian heart, from an Albo. Albanically yours. Sepastaj (talk) 21:26, 15 January 2011 Nice work! Your articles related to Greece are a great asset to Wikipedia. Congratulations on getting 50 of them featured on DYK. Thank you! OCNative (talk) 06:59, 4 July 2011 By order of the Military history WikiProject coordinators, for your good work helping with the WikiProject's Peer and A-Class reviews for the period Oct–Dec 2010, I hereby award you this Military history WikiProject Reviewers' award. AustralianRupert (talk) 05:45, 5 January 2011 Very much appreciate your impressive edits on Macedonian and Greek topics! Keep it up! ♦ Dr. Blofeld 20:22, 14 May 2012


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Annelid diagram

A cross section of a post-clitellum segment of an annelid (ringed worm); almost all segments of an annelid contain the same set of organs and parts, a pattern called metamerism. Annelids have no lungs, but rather exchange carbon dioxide and oxygen directly through the moist skin when blood reaches the extremely fine capillaries of the body walls; a dry worm cannot breathe and will die of suffocation. The worm's red blood, which does not consist of platelets or red cells but mostly of a liquid containing suspended hemoglobin, makes a circuit up and down the animal in its closed circulatory systems.

Diagram: K.D. Schroeder
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