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September 2013[edit]

Your work on Pink[edit]

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For your 60+ edits to and large reworking of the article...Have a star. — Reatlas (talk) 12:05, 1 October 2013 (UTC)

Thank you for this- I really, really appreciate it!SiefkinDR (talk) 13:58, 1 October 2013 (UTC)

October 2013[edit]

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Greetings SiefkinDR. Thanks for your note. Sorry if the comment above seems a bit terse – I was on automatic pilot and just clicked the standard Twinkle template. Regards, --Technopat (talk) 17:58, 25 November 2013 (UTC)

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Names for colours[edit]

In what way is it irrelevant to write about different names for the same colour used in the English language?

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  • of Spain considered several candidates, including [Leopold of Hohenzollern-Sigma ringer]], a cousin of [[William I, German Emperor|King William I]] of [[Kingdom of Prussia|Prussia]]. At

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  • publisher=The University of Chicago Press|location=Los Angeles|isbn=978-0-226-06328-7|pages=676}}</ref> and [[James McNeill Whistler]]'s ''[[Symphony in White, No. 1: The White Girl]]''. But the

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Editor of the Week[edit]

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User:Buster7 submitted the following nomination for Editor of the Week:

As suggested by User:Iselilja, I nominate SiefkinDR as Editor of the Week. A veteran editor who has contributed with a major re-write of the Napoleon III article and contributions to the articles about the major colors (as well as many minor colors). Block-free work primarily on content with interests that vary from fountains to gardens, from France to Russia. He has worked on many, many articles (listed on his user page) and has autopatroller and reviewer rights. Editor of the Week was created to recognize under-appreciated content contributors, and Editor SiefkinDR certainly meets that description.

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Thanks again for your efforts! Go Phightins! 13:15, 9 February 2014 (UTC)

  • Congratulations! Well deserved for your fine work at Wikipedia. Best regards, Iselilja (talk) 14:15, 9 February 2014 (UTC)
  • Thanks for all you do. ```Buster Seven Talk 01:16, 10 February 2014 (UTC)

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