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We've been having a discussion at Talk:Siege of Paris (845) about the proper conversion for the 7000 pound ransom. I hope you will join us in this discussion.

Again, welcome! Kendall-K1 (talk) 19:58, 3 May 2013 (UTC)

May 2013[edit]

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November 2013[edit]

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  • was small for a whaleship. ''Essex'' was equipped with four separate [[whaleboat]]s, each about {{convert|28|ft|m|abbr=on} in length, which were launched from the ship. In addition, a spare was
  • rods [500 m or 550 yards] directly ahead of us, coming down with twice his ordinary speed [around {{convert|24|kn|km/h}}, and it appeared with tenfold fury and vengeance in his aspect. The

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  • rods [500 m or 550 yards] directly ahead of us, coming down with twice his ordinary speed [around {{convert|24|kn|km/h}}, and it appeared with tenfold fury and vengeance in his aspect. The

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June 2014[edit]

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  • The town takes its name from the [[Occitan]] ''caussada", French equivalent of "floor" (and from low Latin ''(via) calciata'' designating a route consists of tightly packed stones, ''

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