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Carnegie Heritage Centre and geog context
Until such time as some other similarly-named establishment has a Wikipedia article, or is redlinked in one, my understanding of the system is that there does not need to be a disambiguation in this article title. Plenty of articles on organisations or structures give no indication as to their geographical location, and as long as this is clear in the opening sentence it is not a problem. I've just stub-sorted Army Air Forces Bombardier Schools, which until I amended it didn't mention "United States" in the opening sentence. By your logic its title should probably have been United States Army Air Forces Bombardier Schools. (I very often find myself having to add "United States" to opening sentences, as there seems to be a tendency among some editors to think of WP as an American encyclopedia!). PamD 09:12, 15 July 2012 (UTC)
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Are you projecting recent times onto the 18th century? I guess for James Brydges it is a matter of historical record but I'd have thought if there was a battle (part of a continuing war) on near where he was he is likely to have taken his carriage and a party of friends with a picnic to eat and watch.
- Note: After discussion of this (less than helpful?) contribution, I reverted my edit (which was a deletion) and inserted an icon to indicate the need for a citation to support the "factual" statement in question.
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- Note. I still need to check "The Times" (the source in question), as Carnegie set up various charitable foundations. -Alan (talk) 13:21, 18 February 2013 (UTC)
Notification of proposal to ban Spanish articles from Did You Know?
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