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17 December 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Wikipedia:Stub‎; 09:24 . . (-185). .Peter coxhead (talk | contribs)(I do not believe there is a consensus not to use 2 blank lines; it's not just for technical reasons; discuss first!)
  • (diff | hist) . . Wikipedia:Stub‎; 01:03 . . (+324). .Black Falcon (talk | contribs)(use more direct/succinct language in the lead paragraph and consolidate with the 2nd paragraph (which relates to the 2nd sentence of the 1st paragraph))

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  • (diff | hist) . . m Philippines‎; 16:58 . . (+71). .Joshua121595 (talk | contribs)(Contemporary history: Added annual growth rate data to support the data statistics for the Ramos and Arroyo Administration and remove the 5-7% growth rate from Ramos administration since accd. to TheGlobalEconomy site, it was actually around -0.5%-5%)
  • (diff | hist) . . Philippines‎; 16:36 . . (+663). .Joshua121595 (talk | contribs)(Contemporary history: Updated the annual growth rate statistics according to most recent trusted data from multiple sources and added comparison of Arroyos administration from her predecessors to widen perspective of how she change the Philippines.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Philippines‎; 16:04 . . (+70). .Joshua121595 (talk | contribs)(Contemporary history: Had to change the growth rate for the Ramos Administration from 5-7% to 3.6% because its not what the actual data from my multiple sources gave and its very far from it. I use the data from the Global Economy site as one source)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Body of water‎; 04:54 . . (-35). .BD2412 (talk | contribs)(clean up punctuation and spacing issues, primarily spacing around commas, replaced: ,t → , t using AWB)

12 December 2017