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Your edit to Claire Bretécher[edit]

Thanks for your contribution, but I have to ask that you provide a definitive source in order to alter this date. As Ms. Bretécher's site says nothing about it, and several sources are split between 17 and 7 (the sources stating 7 appearing the more reliable), there is a strong chance French WP has got it wrong. MURGH disc. 09:59, 7 April 2007 (UTC)

I'm sorry about that, I thought it was more likely that a "1" could have been forgotten. I'll try to find a source independent from French WP. Thank you.

Don't be sorry, the discussion about it was away from the CB talk page, not expected to last this long. If you do find an undisputably reliable source It'd bring relief and gratitude. So you know, the best 7-sources so far are Lambiek, Bedetheque and FFF. MURGH disc. 10:34, 9 April 2007 (UTC)