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My name is Melab and I like science.
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Note: I've heard that this is what it means in Greek, I think it's funny but if someone could verify it for me that would be nice.
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Issue 17 29 April 2015
Esino Lario is set to host Wikimania 2016, but volunteers and others have raised a host of concerns that raise serious questions about the town's suitability for hosting such a large conference.
The evaluations reveal that in the last three years, WLM has possibly fallen victim to its own success and seen diminishing returns.
David Coburn, a Member of the European Parliament for the Scotland region for the UK Independence Party, was blocked from editing Wikipedia on April 6.
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