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  • For full dates, write 10 June 1921 or June 10, 1921, consistently throughout an article (10 June or June 10 where the year is omitted). Generally, use the month first format for (1) US-related articles, and (2) articles not related to a native English-speaking country that already use the month first format.
  • Avoid changing a consistently used date format in an article just for reasons of personal preference.

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Libertybell alone small.pngThis user lives in or hails from Philadelphia.
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This user drinks Single malt whisky. Ahh...malt.
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the Guild of Copy Editors.
A, B, and CThis user prefers the serial comma.
he or she
This user considers the singular they to be substandard English usage.
Pig USDA01c0116.jpgThis user believes date-autoformatting is like lipstick on a pig.
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du-0This person does not understand dumbass (or understands it with considerable difficulties, or does not want to speak dumbass).
Bullshit.svgThis user has a low tolerance for bullshit.

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Thank you for experienced copy-editing and your effort not to lose content editors and admins with integrity, - you are an awesome Wikipedian! --Gerda Arendt (talk) 12:26, 25 October 2012 (UTC)
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