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Gaelic pronunciation[edit]

Hi there, I've noticed your contributions to Scottish Gaelic language. I'm currently (if sporadically) carrying out a project to correct inaccurate pronunciations of Gaelic mountain names in infoboxes, but I'm hampered by the fact that my knowledge of Gaelic pronunciation is fairly basic, and the sources I'm using seem to be contradictory. As you seem to know what you're doing in this area, I wonder if you'd care to look at User:Blisco/Gaelic, and correct any mistakes and/or comment on basic issues? Many thanks! --Blisco 18:44, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

Cariad cywir[edit]

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Vocal weight[edit]

Hi,
I'm not sure I disagree with your additions to the first paragraph: the tradeoff between agility and colour ('emotion' is perhaps too subjective) is a common perception, whether true or not. The problem I see is that it now appears that this claim is backed up by the reference cited at the end of the paragraph. Can you a) verify that McKinney says something to that effect b) provide other references, or c) rephrase in a non-misleading way, maybe by putting those claims in a separate paragraph? Sparafucil (talk) 20:48, 15 August 2009 (UTC)

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Psychopathy[edit]

While it's fun to edit articles, you can't just add things to articles willy-nilly without reliable sources. If we did that, then this encyclopedia wouldn't be very reliable. Rklawton (talk) 02:17, 23 January 2012 (UTC)

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May 2012[edit]

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