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Aditional pages, which was too much for Wikipedia:WikiProject Check Wikipedia. Here are only pages which aren't listed there, reduced to 200 (configurable) articles per error. Low priority errors are not listed (configurable). errors are sorted by number, pages alphabetically

error 010: Square brackets not correct end (AWB assisted, partial BOT) (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

Different number of [[ and ]] brackets. If it is sourcecode then use <source> or <code>.

AWB has a feature "Highlight first unbalanced brackets if found" (in the Options menu) that moves the part of the page with the unmatched brackets to the lowest part of AWB's "edit box". This simplifies fixing them manually. See discussion.
AWB also fixes some directly.

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error 025: Headline hierarchy (partial BOT) (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

After a headline of level 1 (==), there should not be a headline of level 3 (====). See Wikipedia:MOSHEAD#Section_headings and [1]. This is not fixed by AWB.

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Singles, 1968-69 ABA season, 1968–69 NBA season, 1969 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1969 Melbourne Transportation Plan, 1969 Paris Open - Singles, 1969 in poetry, 1969–70 NBA season, 1970 Cincinnati Reds season, 1970 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1970 in New Zealand, 1970–71 Cleveland Cavaliers season, 1971 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1971 in New Zealand, 1971-72 NBA Season, 1971–72 Cleveland Cavaliers season, 1971–72 NBA season, 1972 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1972 Paris Open - Singles, 1972 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1972 in New Zealand, 1972–73 Cleveland Cavaliers season, 1972–73 NBA season, 1973 CONCACAF Championship qualification, 1973 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1973 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1973 in New Zealand, 1973–74 Cleveland Cavaliers season, 1973–74 Kentucky Colonels season, 1973–74 NBA season, 1974 Paris Open - Singles, 1974 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1974–75 NBA season, 1975 Cincinnati Reds season, 1975 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1975 Paris Open - Singles, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1975 San Diego Padres season, 1975 in New Zealand, 1975–76 NBA season, 1976 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1976 NBA Playoffs, 1976 Tampa Bay Buccaneers season, 1976 in New Zealand, 1976–77 NBA season, 1976–77 NHL season, 1977 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1977 in New Zealand, 1977–78 NBA season, 1978 Boston Red Sox season, 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification (UEFA), 1978 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1978 in New Zealand, 1978–79 NBA season, 1979 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1979 Scottish Cup Final, 1979 in New Zealand, 1979–80 Edmonton Oilers season, 1979–80 NBA season, 1980 Democratic National Convention, 1980 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1980 NFL season, 1980 in New Zealand, 1980 in film, 1980 in sports, 1980–81 Edmonton Oilers season, 1980–81 NBA season, 1981 Clemson Tigers football team, 1981 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1981 in New Zealand, 1981–82 Edmonton Oilers season, 1981–82 NBA season, 1982 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1982 Out of the Blue, 1982 in New Zealand, 1982–83 Edmonton Oilers season, 1982–83 NBA season, 1983 BC Lions season, 1983 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1983 Los Angeles Dodgers season, 1983 The Hot Ones, 1983 in New Zealand, 1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season, 1983–84 NBA season, 1983–84 NCAA football bowl games, 1984 Kansas City Royals season, 1984 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1984 Los Angeles Dodgers season, 1984 NBA Playoffs, 1984 Topps, 1984 USFL season, 1984 in New Zealand, 1984–85 Edmonton Oilers season, 1984–85 NBA season, 1985 BC Lions season, 1985 Green Bay Packers season, 1985 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1985 Ronde van Nederland, 1985 Toronto Blue Jays season, 1985 USFL season, 1985 in New Zealand, 1985 in music, 1985–86 Edmonton Oilers season, 1985–86 NBA season, 1986 BC Lions season, 1986 Gemini Awards, 1986 Kansas City Chiefs season, 1986 Kansas State Wildcats football team, 1986 Mozambican Tupolev Tu-134 crash, 1986 Ronde van Nederland, 1986 To 1989, 1986–87 Edmonton Oilers season, 1986–87 NBA season, and more

error 028: Table not correct end (priority: 1: Top priority)[edit]

Found no end of the table. "|}" generally needs to be added. Mediawiki generally displays the table despite the missing end, but sometimes content below the table gets mixed into the table. Where an infobox is more suitable than the table, the article's talk page could be tagged with {{newinfobox}}.

Different markup for start and end 
If wiki syntax "{|" is used to start the table, ending it with </table> or {{end table}} or {{end}} (more) or {{fb end}} is possible, but the script currently doesn't detect this. The format should be changed to use start and end tags of the same type.
currently doesn't fix it (see discussion).
1997 WNBA Finals, 1998 WNBA Finals

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error 034: Template programming element (priority: 1: Top priority)[edit]

Article contains a "#if:" or "#ifeq:" or "#switch:" or "#tag:" or "{{NAMESPACE}}" or "{{SITENAME}}" or "{{PAGENAME}}" or "{{FULLPAGENAME}}" or "{{{1}}}" (Parameter).

This is may be due to many different reasons:

  • templates or infoboxes being substituted rather than transcluded (e.g. external links templates). Please restore the original infobox.
  • copy-paste creations of de-facto new infobox types. Please try to correct all affected pages, not just the ones on the list by actually creating a proper infobox in template space and then transcluding it.
  • attempted tweaking of the text of templates - particularly commonly stub templates. Please replace with more general / worse fitting ones as they do properly categorise things, or suggest a new stub type.

If there is no infobox in the article's history, the article's talk page could be tagged with {{newinfobox}} or {{cleanup-infobox}}

Sometimes this caused when someone tries to use templates with three curly braces "{" instead of two, e.g. {{{Reflist}}} instead of {{Reflist}}

The first needs to be fixed by hand, the second can be done by AWB.

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error 043: Template not correct end (AWB assisted, partial BOT) (priority: 1: Top priority)[edit]

Found a template with "{{", but no corresponding "}}".

To do
Generally, a set of closing braces ("}}") need to be added in or after the string displayed below. Sometimes the copening braces can be removed all together.
As templates break quite visibly when opening or closing braces are missing, frequently the broken templates listed below are citation templates.
AWB has a feature "Highlight first unbalanced brackets if found" (in the Options menu) that highlights the opening braces that are unmatched in AWB's "edit box". This simplifies fixing them manually. See discussion.

This is a new error. If you find a bug then please tell this here.

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error 046: Square brackets not correct begin (AWB assisted, partial BOT) (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

Different number of [[ and ]] brackets. If it is sourcecode then use <source> or <code>.

Generally, a bracket needs to be added or removed in the string displayed below.

AWB has a new feature "Highlight first unbalanced brackets if found" (Options menu) that moves the part of the page with the unmatched closing brackets to the lowest part of AWB's "edit box". This simplifies fixing them manually. See discussion.
AWB also fixes some directly.

This is a new error. If you find a bug then please tell this here.

(Skp1-protein)-hydroxyproline N-acetylglucosaminyltransferase, (cytochrome c)-lysine N-methyltransferase, (heparan sulfate)-glucosamine 3-sulfotransferase 2, (heparan sulfate)-glucosamine N-sulfotransferase, (myelin basic protein)-arginine N-methyltransferase, 1954–55 Ashes series, 1996, 2006 Kansas City Chiefs season, 2009 flu pandemic, Abdul Zahor, Alley Award, American Plus Bank, Ancient Celtic music, Ancient Near East Monographs, Andrea M. Ghez, Andreas Zülow, Andrew Groves, André-Daniel Laffon de Ladebat, Andy Bausch, Angelo Palma, Angtoria, Animal Liberation Press Office, Anjathe, Anna Zakrzewska, Anne Wilmot, Countess of Rochester, Anni Hogan, Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production, Anniston Army Depot, Annual Conferences of the United Methodist Church, Anodea Judith, Anoikis, Anoop Chandola, Anouk Leblanc-Boucher, Anselm Strauss, Anselmo Vendrechovski Junior, Ant colony optimization, Antaloc River, Antelope, Antenna (film), Anterior compartment syndrome of the lower leg, Anthocyanin, Anthology (Bryan Adams album), Anthony Avent, Anthony Battaglia, Anthony DeSpirito, Anthony Difalco, Anthony Lerew, Anthony Parker (disambiguation), Anti-Flag, Anti-Korean sentiment, Anti-greenhouse effect, Anti-racism, Antiene railway station, New South Wales, Antigona, Antiphona, Antiquities of the Jews, Antisymmetry, Antithesis of Light, Anton, Antonio Banks (American football), Antonio Berlese, Antonio Brack Egg, Antonio Magliabechi, Antonio Morello, Antonio Randa, Antonio de Ayala, Antony of Siya, Anwar Hossain Manju, ApS, Apa Lină River, Apartheid Museum, Apaseo el Alto, Appaloosa (film), Appledore (Kent) railway station, Application security, Appointment in London, April 1900, April Fools' Day, Apsara Dance, Apsley Road Playground, Aquamarine (book), Arabian Grosbeak, Arabic hip hop, Arakkonam taluk, Aram Bakshian, Arauca Department, Arbeiter Ring Publishing, Arbitrary-precision arithmetic, ArcSight, Archangel, Archbishop Theodosios (Hanna) of Sebastia, Archibald Ackroyd, Archibald Bodkin, Archie Dyke, Archpriest, Arctic Institute of North America, Ardahan Province, Ardameri, Ardclough, Are You That Somebody?, Area code 806, Argentina Brunetti, Argentine ground forces in the Falklands War, Argon (disambiguation), Argument map, Ariel (band), Ariel Salleh, Aristides of Athens, Aristides the Athenian, Arkansas Baptist College, Arli National Park, Arlington Mills Historic District, Arlington Village Historic District, Arlo Bates, Armada of the Argentine Republic, Armagil Waad, Armands Bērziņš, Armed Forces of El Salvador, Armenia in the Eurovision Dance Contest, Armenian American, Armenian diaspora, Armenians in Sweden, Armenian–Turkish relations, Armored bulldozer, Armstrong World Industries, Army Model and Simulation Executive Council, Army of Africa (France), Army of Darkness, Arnold Azrikan, Arnold Buffum Chace, Arnold Henry Savage Landor, Arnold Rimmer, Arnold Timothée de Lasaulx, Arnold Tustin, Arquepiscopal miter of Rio De Janeiro, Arriero, Arrivederci Roma, Arrondissement of Draguignan, Arrondissement of Mende, Arrondissement of Metz-Campagne, Arroyo Alto, Texas, Ars Longa Vita Brevis (album), Arsacid Empire, Art Monthly, Art of ancient Egypt, Arthur (magazine), Arthur A. Denny, Arthur Elliott, Arthur F. DeFranzo, Arthur H. Bell, Arthur Halloway, Arthur Mendoza, Arthur Paul Carmona, Artistic merit, Artists in biographies by Giovanni Baglione, Artsakh, Artyom Shneyerov, Arundhati Ghose, Arva River, Arşiţa River (Ciugheş), As Cities Burn EP (2003), Asaf-Ud-Dowlah, Asahi Sonorama, Ascetical theology, Asche zu Asche, Ashad Ali, Ashdod Ad Halom Railway Station, Ashelford Hall, Asherah pole, Ashfaq Hussain, Ashi-magari, Ashkelon Railway Station, Ashly DelGrosso, Ashlé Dawson, Ashmaka, Ashraf Choudhary, Ashton, Devon, Ashurst Wood, Ashy Antwren, Asian hip hop, Asinaria, Aslan Maskhadov, Asma bint Umays, Aspidogastrea, Assay, Associated Telephone Utilities Company, Association of American Schools in South America, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Astral Project, Astral Weeks, Astrid Carolina Herrera, Astrobiology Field Laboratory, Asău River (Trotuş), At Home With You, At the Reservoir, Atefah Sahaaleh, Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health, Atheism, Athena Force, Athens Academy, and more

error 047: Template not correct begin (AWB assisted, partial BOT) (priority: 1: Top priority)[edit]

Found a template with "}}", but no corresponding "{{".

To do
Generally, one or two opening braces ("{") need to be added in or before the string displayed below. Sometimes the opening braces ("{{") can be removed all together.
As templates break quite visibly when opening or closing braces are missing, frequently the broken templates listed below are citation templates.
AWB has a feature "Highlight first unbalanced brackets if found" (in the Options menu) that moves the part of the page with the unmatched closing braces to the lowest part of AWB's "edit box". This simplifies fixing them manually. See discussion.
Known problems
Fifth Military District, Rotterdam Blitz (use single curly brackets for references)

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Conservative Democrat, Constitution of Ukraine, Constitution of the Republic of China, Construction paper, Convergence (Net-25 program), Cool Air, Copa Libertadores 2008, Corn dog, Cornelius (gens), Cornelius Stribling, Cornish Rex, Corporate governance, Coty Award, Count Franz Pocci, Country Fest, Covert U.S. regime change actions, Cow Ark, Cowley County, Kansas, Cox Model Engines, Cox model engine, Cradle of Filth, Craig Duby, Craig Hutchison (broadcaster), Crawdaddy!, Cream gene, Crediton railway station, Crevillent, Crime in Chicago, Crimes In Mind, Criminal law of Singapore, Criticism of Mormon sacred texts, Criticism of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Crognaleto, Cromwell tank, Ctenosaura pectinata, Cucumber, Cullyhanna, Cultural depictions of Abraham Lincoln, Cultural impact of the Guitar Hero series, Culture of Melbourne, Culture of Sydney, Cumbres Institute, Curl (programming language), Currency future, Curtis G. Culin, Cushion caroms, Cutco, Cyanophage, Cyberpunk derivatives, Czech Republic women's national basketball team, Céline Hervieux-Payette, DJ Perry, DUKW, Daeg Faerch, Dallas North Tollway, Dalton McGuinty, Dameon Clarke, Dance of the Forty-One, Danel, Dangoh Khurd, Pirthipur, Una(HP), Daniel Eric Gold, Daniel Inouye, Daniel Richler, Darrell Hill, Darryl Morton, Darsheel Safary, Data warehouse appliance, Dattatreya, Daur, Dave Trumfio, Dave Winfield (footballer), David Ervine, David Gigliotti, David Hayes (disambiguation), David Holbrook, David Millar, David Miscavige, David Paterson, David Safavian, David T. Beito, David Thomas (Texas politician), Davy Jones (actor), Dawlish Town A.F.C., Dawn of the Dead (2004 film), Dayton Township, Tuscola County, Michigan, De Soto, Mississippi, Dead Air (film), Dean Skelos, Death or Canada, Debby Ryan, Deerborn, Defensive patent aggregation, Definitions of whiteness in the United States, Dehkadeh Olampik, Demashita! Powerpuff Girls Z, Demopolis Municipal Airport, Deniable encryption, Denmark, Dennis Martin, Denver International Airport, Depart from Me, Department of Alaska, Depleted uranium, Deptford Park, Derek Stark, Desecration, Destin, Florida, Deutz AG, Development of the New Testament canon, Devon Meadows, Victoria, Devta, Dharma, Diamond, Diana, Princess of Wales, Dick Florea, Did Ya' Understand That, Dietmar Moews, Dilmun Burial Mounds, Dimapur, Dimasa people, Ding Hai Effect, Disciples of the 36 Chambers, Disco (TV series), Discography of Final Fantasy VI, Discography of the Final Fantasy VII series, Dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy timeline, Disney Channel Games, Dissociative substitution, Distal radius fracture, Diwana, Balochistan, Do It again (Murder), Doc Holliday, Dodge City, Kansas, Dog the Bounty Hunter, Domingo Valdivieso y Henarejos, Dominican Republic, Don Alvarado, Don Lavoie, Don Lucas, Donald Campbell, Donald Williams (disambiguation), Doncaster, Dondi Ledesma, Donggongon, Donovin Darius, Doping (semiconductor), Doraemon, Downtown Edmonton, Drayton Manor Theme Park, Driving under the influence, Drogheda United F.C., Dropout (bicycle part), Dwarf gourami, Dwarfgate Wars, Dwight Duncan, Dyslexia, E-Government, E-ZPass, EIG (cable system), EOWS, ERBB4, Ear candling, Earl F. Landgrebe, Early life of Augustus, Early political career of Sarah Palin, Earth's Children, Earth's Children, EarthBound, East Coast Expressway, East Finchley Cemetery, East Pepperell, Massachusetts, East Tennessee Railway, Ed Atkinson, Ed Stasium, Edison Township Public Schools, Edmund James Flynn, Edmund P. Murray, Edmundo, Edsel Bermuda, Education in Stamford, Lincolnshire, Edward A. Murphy, Jr., Edward Hardin, Edward Howard, Edward Marjoribanks (disambiguation), Edward, the Black Prince, Egg activation, EiffelTowers, Eildon Power Station, Victoria, Elbow Beach, Electoral history of Nancy Pelosi, Electric Tones, Electronic voting, Elephant intelligence, Elfi Schlegel, Eli Fromm, Elisa Gabrielli, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Elizabeth Bentley, Elizabeth May, Ellen R. Anderson, and more

error 058: Headline ALL CAPS (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

One headline in this article has only capitalization "== HEADLINE IS BIG ==". Also this headline has more then 10 letters, so a normal abbreviation like "== UNO ==" is not a problem.

The cleanup tag for this is {{capitalization}}. The report lists a few false positives, such as titles of works.

Jared Lee Gosselin, Kent Leach, Kshatriya Komarpant, LITENING targeting pod, Lady Molly of Scotland Yard, Lagunillas, Michoacán, Lambeth Endowed Charities, Laoang, Northern Samar, Laois Senior Hurling Championship, Last Alliance (band), Latino (singer), Laurence Gartel, LeFlore Magnet High School, Leaders of Christianity, Lemley Campus, Len Jenkin, Lennon Legend: The Very Best of John Lennon DVD, Leonardo de Mango, Leonidas, New Orleans, Levels on Lego Star Wars, Levi Gawron, Life insurance, Life is beautiful virus hoax, Lion comics, List of British bodybuilders, List of Buck Rogers comic strips, List of Canadians of Polish descent, List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2008, List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2009, List of Cypriot football transfers winter 2008–09, List of Doctor Who - Battles in Time cards, List of Hana-Kimi chapters, List of My Name is Rachel Corrie performances, List of Pakistani architects, List of Professorships at the University of Dublin, List of Roman Catholic dioceses (structured view), List of Roman Catholic dioceses in Croatia, List of Roman Catholic dioceses in Europe, List of Secretaries of State for Foreign Affairs (UK), List of Sindhi people, List of United States Supreme Court cases by the Rehnquist Court, List of authors of new Sherlock Holmes stories, List of awards and nominations received by Beyoncé Knowles, List of bombs in the Vietnam War, List of charities in the Philippines, List of cities in Botswana, List of cities in Luxembourg, List of companies of Algeria, List of crossovers in fiction, List of electric power companies in Greece, List of experimental screamo bands, List of fresh water fishes of Maharashtra, List of historical sites related to the Illinois labor movement, List of hospitals in Indonesia, List of hoverfly species of Great Britain, List of items associated with Weekly Shōnen Jump, List of male professional bodybuilders, List of proprietary software for Linux, List of school districts in South Carolina, List of trees and shrubs by taxonomic family, Little Dorrit, London Bach Society, London-Corbin Airport, Loni (tribe), Loren Ross, Los Angeles Harbor College, Los Mockers, Louis Joseph Coralie, Louise Armstrong, Love's Easy Tears, Loyola Marymount University, Lucknow public school, Luke Jermay, Lumpy Ridge, Luna Sea, Lycée International de Los Angeles (LILA), Lydia Venieri, Lying Jim Townsend, Lynda Barry, Lynn W. Enquist, M. A. Rahat, M.E.S Indian school, M9 Armored Combat Earthmover, MIMOS, MSX-Engine, MTV EXIT, Maa Tara Tarini Temple, Madman Across the Water, Maharajas College, Maharishi Institute of Management - India, Maharishi Vidya Mandir Schools, Major Records, Malaysian Indian Youth Development Foundation, Malcolm Adiseshiah, Malilipot, Albay, Mallar, Mami Kawada, Mami Kawada discography, Manaka Senri, Manirampur Upazila, Manish Sahi, Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Maratha clan system, Marintia Escobedo, Marios Constantinou, Marist College Pagewood, Marlon Parmer, Martin Kemp (art historian), Marwar, Marysburgh vortex, Mateo Moreno, Materials in cornish law, Mathori London, Matsuko Mawatari, Maxime Dethomas, Maxville Mustangs, Mberg, Mbira, Mechanical owl (band), Medical billing (United States), Medullary cavity, Meet El Presidente, Megumi Satsu, Mehdipatnam, Mehlville High School, Melody of Oblivion, Melur, Mem Ferda, Mercury TV, Metro Tunneling Group, Mettler Toledo, Mewati, Michael Allen (educator), Michael Ibru, Miharu Arisawa, Mikey Minden, Mikontalo, Military equipment of Turkey, Mine clearance agencies, Minisketch, Miss World 2005, Mississippi Constitution, Mixing test, Modern Indian coins, Mogaveera, Mohamed Khir Toyo, Mohammad Reza Eslami, Monkey (band), Monroe Public Schools (Michigan), Moore–Penrose pseudoinverse/Proofs, Moses solemon, Mountain Masochist Trail Run, Mulamoottil Family, Multispectral Scanner, Music of Cosmic Era, Music of Honduras, Music of Mizoram, Myx, N. Chandrababu Naidu, NASCAR 99, NASSCOM, NERF wars, NHS National Services Scotland, Nagbhid, Nakhon Phanom Royal Thai Navy Base, Nalanda bhutan, Nandalike, Nandamuri Balakrishna, Narayanhat union, Narbonic, Nasipit, Agusan del Norte, Natchitoches Central High School, Nate Butler, Nate Sutton, National Basketball Championships Australia, National Confederation of Human Rights Organisations, National Insurance Academy, National Jewish Outreach Program, National Joint Action Committee, Navy League in Australia and the Sea Cadets - Early History, Navy Provisional Detainee Battalion TWO, Nazia Hassan Foundation, Nduli, Ndumberi, Nechri, Neil Humphreys, Neil Jamison, Neil Levang, Netlink, Never Let Me Down, New Adventures (band), Nexus: The Kingdom of the Winds, Nguyễn Công Trứ, Nichlaul, Nicol rodriguez, Nigel Jenkins, Nine*nine, Nissan CA engine, Nithin Mohan, Nitsana Darshan-Leitner, and more

error 069: ISBN wrong syntax (AutoEd) (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

User:AwOc/WikiProject Check Wikipedia/report: ISBN The script found a problem with ISBN syntax. A normal ISBN looks like ISBN 3-8001-6191-5 or ISBN 0-911266-16-X or ISBN 978-0911266160. Allowed are numbers, space, "-" and "X"/"x". Without space and "-" only 10 or 13 characters. Please don't write ISBN-10: or ISBN-13.

False positives
please see de:User talk :Stefan Kühn/Check Wikipedia#check_69_on_en.wp.
AutoEd should be able to repair most of these.

Aimee Semple McPherson, Buddhist modernism, Catalan cuisine, Church of the Nazarene, Dakota War of 1862, David Harris Willson, ECRI Institute, Edward Ng, Fort Robinson massacre, Hypothyroidism, Idi Amin, Jahangir Amuzegar, John Hagelin, Joseph Cornell, List of ancient tribes in Illyria, Look at the Birdie, Monetary Reform Party, National Party (Ireland, 1924), Northern Cheyenne Exodus, Panji (prince), Perrhaebi, Prince Marko, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Red Skelton, Ryan Grim, Sabiha Al Khemir, Saluki, Suza Scalora, Tattoo machine, Thomas Moran, Victoria of the United Kingdom, Vietnamese Airborne Division, W.C. Bruce, Walcott-Rust quarry, Winston E. Willis, Xinjiang

error 070: ISBN wrong length (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

User:AwOc/WikiProject Check Wikipedia/report: ISBNThe script check the ISBN and found with not 10 or 13 characters. ISBN should have 10 or 13 characters.

1st Dalai Lama, 2150 AD, 4th Dalai Lama, 85 mm divisional gun D-44, A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A Wild Hare, A-Ba-Ni-Bi, A1078 road, ABC Scorpion, Aaron Edlin, Abdallah al-Ghazwani, Abdalqadir as-Sufi, Abraham Mar Thoma, Accession Day tilt, Ace Lightning (character), Acidogenesis, Actions of 5/6 May 1945, Adai (Native American culture), Adam Fuss, Adam Lasus, Adaptations of The War of the Worlds, Adaptive expectations, Adolf von Harnack, Adoration of the Magi, Adrian Carton de Wiart, Adrienne Mayor, Advanced steam technology, Advertising, Aero L-60 Brigadýr, Aga of Kish, Agathodaimon, Agnetha Fältskog, Agnivesa, Agricultural engineering, Aguirre, the Wrath of God, Agvan Dorzhiev, Ah, But Your Land Is Beautiful, Ahmad Shah Massoud, Ahmad Yani, Aileen Cust, Air Force Knowledge Now, Air raids on Australia, 1942–43, Airco DH.1, Aircraft of the Battle of Britain, Akademgorodok, Akhenaten, Akinete, Akira Masuda, Al Khakim At Termizi, Al Smith (ice hockey), Al Williamson, Al gran sole carico d'amore, Al-Farabi, Al-Jiftlik, Al-Tantura, Alain Demurger, Alan Burridge (writer), Alan Sorrell, Alan Turing, Alastair Hetherington, Albert Schweitzer, Alboreá, Alcithoe calva, Alcithoe fusus, Aldous Huxley, Alegrías, Alex Schomburg, Alexander Graham Bell, Alexander Mar Thoma, Alexander Nevsky (Prokofiev), Alexander Pokryshkin, Alexander Shaler, Alexander Wedderspoon, Alexander Zuyev, Alexandra Bruce, Alexandra Feodorovna (Alix of Hesse), Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia, Alfa Romeo Tipo 308, Alfred Aho, Alfred Delp, Alfred Kubin, Alfred Ludlam, Algae, Alice Rawsthorn, Alicia Kozameh, Alina Fernández, Alive: The Final Evolution, All Hallows Honey Lane, All Things Must Pass, All the President's Men, Allen Ginsberg, Allis-Chalmers Model B, Alpe d'Huez, Alpe d'Huez, Altan Khan, Altricial, Am Bathach, Am Bàthach, Amakudari, Amalda australis, Amalda mucronata, Amantes, Amateur telescope making, Amecameca, Amelia Earhart, American Express, American Old West, American Revolution, Ami Chandra, Amnesty for Polish citizens in the Soviet Union, Amoria (genus), Amorphous silica-alumina, Amun, Amway, An Caisteal, An Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon, An Riabhachan, An Stuc, Ana María O'Neill, Analytic torsion, Analytical psychology, Anandmurti Gurumaa, Anandyn Amar, Ananias Dare, Anarchism, Anarchism and Marxism, Anarchist communism, Anarchist economics, Anarcho-pacifism, Anchorage Press (United Kingdom), Andachtsbilder, Andreas Vogler, Andrew Roth, Andrew Sublette, Andrew Thomas DelGiorno, Andrzej Wróblewski, André Malraux, André Roche, Andrés Domingo y Morales del Castillo, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, Anemone canadensis, Angelo Bruno, Angelo Ruggiero, Angels of Bataan, Angular momentum, Animal Farm, Ann C. Noble, Anna Anderson, Anne Geddes, Anne-Katrin Purkiss, Annunciation (van Eyck, Washington), Anonima group, Anonymous masters, Another World (TV series), Ansei, Anthony Cyprian Bridge, Anthony Van Egmond, Anthrax, Anti-Polish sentiment, Anti-racism, Antiscience, Antoine, bastard of Burgundy, Anton Rubinstein, Antonio Cottone, Antonio Imbert Barrera, Apache ServiceMix, Apocalypse, Apocalypse Now, Apolitical, Apotreubia, Appeasement, Apple I, Aprelevka, Arab League, Arabian Hall of the Winter Palace, Arabinogalactan, Arachnocampa, Aradia (goddess), Archaeoastronomy, Archie Frederick Collins, Archimedes Palimpsest, Architecture and Vision, Architecture of the Song Dynasty, Ardabil Province, Areguá, Argentine air forces in the Falklands War, Argonautica Orphica, Arisaema dracontium, Aristide von Bienefeldt, Armand Joseph Dubernad, Armchair architecture, Armed helicopter, Armenian notables deported from the Ottoman capital in 1915, Armored cruiser, Arnold (automobile), Arnold Spencer-Smith, Arras, Art Tatum, Art history, Art of Australia, and more

error 071: ISBN wrong position of X (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

User:AwOc/WikiProject Check Wikipedia/report: ISBNThe script checked ISBNs and found an ISBN where the character "X" is not at position 10. The character X is allowed only at position 10. It represents a checksum of 10.

Grammatical particle, HMS E15, Hans Georg Calmeyer, Havant railway station, Hermetic Qabalah, Hirtenberg HS.9, History of Mymensingh, History of tennis, History of the World Wide Web, Huang Sheng Shyan, Invasion of the Star Creatures, Isaacs Fury, J. M. Coetzee, Jack Dann and Gardner Dozois Ace anthology series, Jean Sénac, Jean-Marc Morandini, Jerónima de la Asunción, Jess Stacy, Jewish messianism, Jimmy Sirrel, Joseon Dynasty, Joseph E. LeDoux, Joseph Magnin Co., Joseph and His Friend: A Story of Pennsylvania, Kira Takenouchi, Kolgomorov's inequality, Károly Szabó, Langston railway station, Language poets, Lars Ernster, Laud Humphreys, Leeds Road, List of Boulton Paul Defiant operators, List of Bristol Beaufort operators, List of Vampire Knight chapters, Literary sources for the origin of the Romanians, Livor mortis, Louhajang River, Macadamia, Macedonia (region), Malik Dinar (Oghuz Chief), Manāt, Marilyn Hacker, Mata Amritanandamayi, Małgorzata Bocheńska, Meeting house, Merlin's Wood, Merrow, Messerschmitt Bf 108, Michael Fleisher, Michael Schudson, Mourid Barghouti, Mu'ayyid al-Din Ai-Aba, Muhammad-Shah ibn Bahram-Shah, Myhill–Nerode theorem, Möbius transformation, NAC Fieldmaster, National Symphony Orchestra (Peru), Nelson D. Porter, Nightwood, Nondeterministic finite state machine, North Devon Railway, North Hayling railway station, North Sea, Octave Levenspiel, Ommen, Originalism, Other Voices, Other Rooms (novel), Paul Steed, Penny Dreadful, Photorealism, Phrasal verb, Pipe organ, Polyploidy, Pope Leo IV, Powerset construction, Provisional Irish Republican Army, Pumping lemma for regular languages, Pál Szalai, Púca, Raymond Durgnat, Raúl Pateras Pescara, Real tennis, Reflections in a Golden Eye (novel), Richard Ouzounian, Rick Poynor, Right to housing, Robert Hugh Gray, Robin ATL, Rodney Atkinson, Roger Elkin, Ron Silliman, Rosicrucian Fellowship, Russian Constituent Assembly, Ryukyuan religion, Sam Peckinpah, Sanjar-Shah, Sejong the Great, Sergey Zagraevsky, Shinkyoku Sōkai Polyphonica, Shoes on the Danube Promenade, Sinn Féin, Sir Robert Doyne, Small Is Beautiful, Someshwari River, State Protection Authority, Statistical machine translation, Strange Brother, String operations, Superleague Formula, Supermarine Air Yacht, Supermarine Sea Lion I, Supermarine Spitfire, Supermarine Spitfire (early Merlin powered variants), Supermarine Spitfire (late Merlin powered variants), Supermarine Spitfire operational history, Symphony No. 1 (Rachmaninoff), Symphony No. 1 (Shostakovich), Symphony No. 12 (Shostakovich), Symphony No. 13 (Shostakovich), Symphony No. 2 (Shostakovich), Symphony No. 4 (Shostakovich), T. J. Potter, The Audacity of Hope, The Bone Forest, The Chanukah Song, The Charioteer, The Disrobing of Christ, The Mikado, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Ship (TV series), Third-wave feminism, Thomas Wake, 2nd Baron Wake of Liddell, Toghan-Shah, Tír na nÓg, Ulster and Delaware Railroad, Umbrella Man (Seattle), V. K. Choudhry, Vera de Spinadel, Vulcan (barge), Walter Crocker, Water law, Weston-on-Trent, White House, William T. Williams, Winds of Nagual, Women's rights, Women's rights, XV SS Cossack Cavalry Corps, Élisabeth Badinter

error 072: ISBN wrong checksum in ISBN-10 (priority: 2: Middle priority)[edit]

User:AwOc/WikiProject Check Wikipedia/report: ISBNThe script check the ISBN and found a problem with the checksum in this ISBN-10.

A Christmas Story, Adrian Goldsworthy, Ancyloxypha numitor, Ariel Schrag, Ayutthaya (city), BDSM, Battle of Talas, Birgit Stauch, Bollywood, Campaign history of the Roman military, Cissus hypoglauca, Clan Douglas, Coconut, Connor Court Publishing, Constantine I, Cyphornis, Dingo, Dougga, Economic history of China (Pre-1911), Eurofighter Typhoon, F-15 Eagle, Fear and Desire, Fernando Corena, Fist of the North Star, Focke-Wulf Fw 190 operational history, Foundation (b-boy book), Fractal, Frankenstein, Friedensreich Hundertwasser, Gaunt's Ghosts, Geography of London, Giovanni Lista, Giovanni Martinelli, Great Lakes, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Greek Australian, Gustav Mahler, H.M.S. Pinafore, Hawker Fury, Hawker Siddeley Trident, Hawker Typhoon, Health care in the United States, Heinkel He 219, Henry George, Henry Joyce, Hikayat Patani, History of Hertfordshire, History of University of Santo Tomas, Horsham, Indonesian Constituent Assembly election, 1955, Inflation, Irish American, Jill Liddington, John William Hill, Joseph Stalin, Jupiter (mythology), Jyotiṣa, Katie Holmes, Kingsley Plantation, Kīla (Buddhism), Laurie Nash, Lebensraum, Led Zeppelin III, Leonard W. Murray, Lisa Ben, List of Dragonlance novels, List of chess books, M-Z, List of skinhead books, Living Ethics, Macchi C.202, Malvern Museum, Malvern, Worcestershire, Man (band), Manned mission to Mars, Mark Pae, Medieval cuisine, Messerschmitt Bf 109, Messerschmitt Me P.1101, Miyagase Dam, Mohammad Amin al-Husayni, Molecular modelling, Morgana King, Nagorno-Karabakh Republic, New Chronology (Fomenko), Nicholas Roerich, Nine Years' War, Nirvana (band), No. 43 Squadron RAF, Northrop YB-49, Nun, Ojibwe language, Operation Reinhard, Order of battle in the Atlantic campaign of 1806, Orkney, Osteodontornis, P-39 Airacobra, Pelagornithidae, Pilina unguis, Pittsburgh Panthers football, Port Erin Railway Museum, Postmodernism, Pseudodontornis, Punk rock, Purple-bearded Bee-eater, Quiverfull, Rage Against the Machine, Ranulph Fiennes, Raymond Keene, Rescue of Jews by Poles during the Holocaust, Reza Shah, Richard Branson, Robert Falcon Scott, Rose window, Rugby union in Italy, Rugby union in Namibia, Rugby union in Spain, Sagami Dam, Saki, Samuel Cooper (general), Sean Kelly (cyclist), Seán an tSalainn French, She-Hulk, Shetland, Shia Islam, Shiva, Shoegazing, Slavery in ancient Greece, Slavery in the United States, Soundgarden, Sri Lanka Army, Sunfish class destroyer, Supermarine Spitfire, Supreme Court of the United States, Susan B. Anthony, Tea, Teche Greyhound Lines, The Band, The Ghost of a Flea, The Replacements, The Student of Prague (1926 film), The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Troubles, Thomas Bodkin (Mayor), Tom Thumb, Tom of Finland, U2, USS Arizona (BB-39), Ultimate Fighting Championship, Umar, Unidentified flying object, United States, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Vermont Garrison, Vincent van Gogh, Vir Sanghvi, Wounded Knee Massacre, Wu Ying-hua, Yiddish language

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