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This page should not be speedy deleted because although indeed the premier creation of this article was short and lacking in detail, subsequent elaborations of the article have been made to give the reader greater insight into the article in question.
I express a second request to not delete this article. Analyzing the different 'valid' articles, they require external references. But if the article concerned i.e the Manningham Dialect is something having had no previous exposure on the net, or basically no external reference, does this mean that this article is doomed for deletion?
I would also like to express what I expressed in another request to stop speedy deletion, which was the point I have previously created two other articles - Melvyn Tan and El Shaddai International Christian Centre, both of which never faced requests to have speedy deletions, or any other deletions at all.
But they did have further editions by other Wikieditors, who made them both valid by Wikipedia standards.
So if the respectable administrators concerned would be able to or would know of any Wikieditors able of rectifying any of my errors on this article, or for that matter adapting it for Wikipedia standards, I would be most grateful. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sheikhqadr77 (talk • contribs) 16:18, 12 July 2011 (UTC)