User talk:Ceefour

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Welcome to Wikipedia. Going off means to move away from what you were doing. I am going to delete that entry now. Don't do anything like that again, you could get in trouble. Academic Challenger 20:53, 14 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Distributed Ruby[edit]

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Grizzly (software)[edit]

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MetaL (programming language)[edit]

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Nomination of MetaL (programming language) for deletion[edit]

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