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Can anyone tell us more about the panissa of Vercelli? There is a Ligurian dish of the same name on the Italian wikipedia , but it is made with chickpeas rather than beans.
Sorry, forgot to sign that - Ian Spackman 00:23, 11 February 2006 (UTC)
Regarding a possible local dialect name for Vercelli: please note that wikipedia as a naming convention; the convention regarding geographic names can be found at: Wikipedia:Naming conventions (geographic names). The English wikipedia chooses the most common name in English for its articles and this is by far "Vercelli". Furthermore the Piemontèis wikipedia uses "Vërsèj" (pms:Vërsèj) to name the corresponding article in the local dialect version of wikipedia and there are no reliable sources to be found which prefer the use of "Varsei" over "Vërsèj". noclador (talk) 21:05, 18 March 2013 (UTC)
Page locked for three days
As the edit-war over the city's name, alternative name, alternative names, etc. shows no signs of stopping, I've reverted the article to the state it was in before the edit war began, and full-protected the page for three days. I invite the editors who were involved in the content dispute here to discuss their differences over a pot of vermicelli and to work out an acceptable compromise per WP:DISCUSS and WP:CONSENSUS. Let's come to an agreement as the reasonable people we are, so that when the protection expires we can edit the article to reflect consensus and all go home happy (or, at least, not sad), instead of resuming the edit-war and calling in blocks. - The Bushranger One ping only 04:29, 20 March 2013 (UTC)
Main sights of unsightly.
The article doesn't mention that Vercelli is said to have (former) another basilica, the S.S. Name of Mary or Shrine of Our Lady of the Vineyards. It became infested by demons in 1684 and a lot of local girls and even rookie nuns (novicias) were led astray to blackest witchcraft and sex orgies. Unsuccessful exorcism attempts eventually led the Vatican to de-consecrate the site and leave it for natural decay by 1784.
Yet, the structure failed to collapse to this day and remains a scene for sabbatical rites. On its wall an undelible musical score is written, said to summon the Evil One himself if whistled. This artifact of Vercelli is said to cement the reputation of the municipality of Torino, as one of the three top-tier sites of occult evil in Europe (alongside Prague and London). 188.8.131.52 (talk) 22:38, 8 November 2015 (UTC)
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