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This article appears to be of an appropriate length for the subject matter under discussion. It is also appropriately categorized and wikified.
By nature, stubbing and tagging articles devalues them, giving them an aura of unreliability and making them seem less credible. As part of my personal campaign to free up articles that have been stubbed and tagged without cause, this article has been disenstubified.
If any editor disagrees, and would rather re-stub it than improve it by adding actual content, please discuss here. The Editrix 16:58, 6 June 2006 (UTC)
- I have added a number of banners above. By definition, just about any article three paragraphs in length or less (like this one) qualifies as a stub. Therefore, I am assessing the article as "Stub-class" on all the banners. John Carter 20:36, 10 April 2007 (UTC)
I moved the sentence about the difference between Orthodox and Roman Catholic nuns to the article on Nuns, where it seemed more appropriate MishaPan 13:45, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
The article states:
- "[The apostolnik] is usually replaced with the epanokamelavkion when the nun becomes a rassophor..."
I question this. I have never, ever seen a Russan Orthodox nun not wear the apostolnik. Without it their hair is not covered, and nuns never allow their hair to be visible the way monks do. MishaPan (talk) 01:14, 3 May 2010 (UTC)