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Just a heads up. I've noticed that people have removed references and citations that have broken links. This goes against Wikipedia policy: "Do not delete cited information solely because the URL to the source does not work any longer. WP:Verifiability does not require that all information be supported by a working link, nor does it require the source to be published online. Except for URLs in the External links section that have not been used to support any article content, do not delete a URL solely because the URL does not work any longer. Recovery and repair options and tools are available."GallonGalleon (talk) 16:46, 22 July 2014 (UTC)