User talk:Antonio Di Dio

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10qwerty 13:31, 17 May 2005 (UTC)

Euro/euri[edit]

Ciao Antonio I deleted your edit to Euro because all the material about national language variations was moved some time ago to a new article Linguistic issues concerning the euro. The position of Italian is recorded there: if you want to add anything, that is the best place to do it. --Red King 11:53, 31 May 2005 (UTC) (WIKI IT: Re Rosso)

Pellagra[edit]

Hi Antonio! You made an edit to Pellagra regarding its endemic nature in Italy, please place that sentence in a more apt location (perhaps somewhere near the comment about it being common in South America). It'd also be good if you can get a link discussing that, although I admit the rest of the article needs some work there also. Thanks and happy wikipediaing! njaard 23:09, 2005 Jun 13 (UTC)

About your edit to Flatulence[edit]

I see you removed the portion in the Liturature and Arts section of that article about the story in 1001 Arabian Nights.

There was a lengthy discussion some time ago (see the article's talk page) about what exactly should stay and go in that portion of the article. A great deal of material was pruned from that section, but 1001 Arabian Nights was left as it is a significant occurance. I have restored the previous version. If you feel that that mention should be removed from the article, please feel free to do so and state your reasoning on the talk page. Thank you. ONUnicorn 14:23, 6 July 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the note you left on my userpage regarding your edit. I'm sorry, I should have taken a closer look at the edit to realize that you simply moved that bit of information while adding other information. I should pay more attention. As for where to leave a message, when you click on a user's name it takes you to their user page. Up at the top there is a little buttton called "Talk", just like on article pages. You can leave messages for the user there. Thank you for the response, and I again apologize for not looking more closely at your edit. ONUnicorn 20:44, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Er Canaro[edit]

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