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Dravidian people[edit]

Hi I saw your edit to Dravidian people, and noticed that it had an IP address in it. I reverted the edit because the IP address was inappropriate for the article. However, I also saved your text onto the Talk:Dravidian people talk page. I imagine that the IP address in the article was just a mistake. You may add your content again. However, unless you provide referernces for that content, other editors may remove it. Sincerely, --BostonMA talk 14:51, 22 November 2006 (UTC)