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If non-English redirects are brought to redirects for discussion, the usual outcome is that they're kept if they're in a language that's relevant to the subject matter, and deleted if they're not. Personally, I find that practice pretty dumb, but it's how it typically plays out. WilyD 12:33, 30 December 2013 (UTC)
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