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Cnilep created the pages Martin Joos, Penelope Eckert, Scott Kiesling, Susan Gal, Kathryn Woolard, Norma Mendoza-Denton, Interactional sociolinguistics, Interactional linguistics, Positive anymore, Do-support, Zero-marking in English, and Accidental gap among others and undertook major re-writes of Code-switching, Code mixing, Variety (linguistics), Passive voice, Active voice, and Regional vocabularies of American English.
He started the essay Wikipedia:You must feed the trolls to remind himself that some of what appears to be edit-warring or vandalism on language-related articles actually stems from deeply held and well-intended beliefs.
Cnilep is a member of WikiProject Linguistics.
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This is not a definition of orange.
An object is perceived as orange if and only if it reflects or emits visible light of between 590–635 nm wavelength, 510–480 THz frequency.
It is a definition (in the sense of "setting of bounds or limits") of the set of things that are colored orange.
This is a definition (in the sense of "stating exactly what a thing is, or what a word means") of orange.
Orange is a color located between red and yellow on the spectrum of light; it includes visible light of between 590 and 635 nm wavelength, 510 to 480 THz frequency.
This is a definition (in both senses) of orange (in another sense).
The orange is the fruit of various cultivars and species of citrus, especially Citrus × sinensis (sweet orange) and Citrus reticulata (Mandarin orange).
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