User talk:Memo232

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Just one note - while you're moving things away from "politically correct" neutrality, this is not the right thing to do in some cases - the spokesman is a spokesman, the girlfriends are girlfriends. That's a matter of wording; however e.g. for Hazel Blears, it is incorrect to edit her article to call her "Chairman" - both by gender and by seat (see Talk:Hazel Blears). --Firien need help? 15:12, 2 April 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for File:H N Gresley.jpg[edit]

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Patrick Carnegy and Jill Gomez[edit]

I see nothing wrong with saying "his/her partner". However, in this case I'm not sure whether or not they are married, as some sources say they are. [1] [2] Do you know anything about this? Of course, if they are married, Ms Gomez is now a countess. JRawle (Talk) 21:16, 30 March 2010 (UTC)

Metric modifications[edit]

Please do not change metric into imperial units (or vice-versa). This introduces inaccuracy into Wikipedia, which is not wanted. Eg. in the case of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link this is a pure-metric railway (signalling, chainage, speed-limits, super-elevation, gauge). Thank you. —Sladen (talk) 22:22, 2 September 2010 (UTC)

Linda Regan[edit]

Hi, I reverted the date of birth you added to Linda Regan. IMDB is not considered a reliable source because its content is user-submitted and not always fact-checked. In this case, another editor has previously commented that the 1959 date seems unlikely - she was playing adult parts from 1970 onwards. My guess is that whoever submitted the date to IMDB had her confused with Linda 'Regan' Blair. --GenericBob (talk) 23:18, 5 October 2010 (UTC)

Orphaned non-free image File:H N Gresley.jpg[edit]

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