User talk:Harrow Red

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Cheers....[edit]

For the clarifications on my talk page.... ChrisTheDude 21:14, 24 March 2007 (UTC)

Regarding edits to Gay Dad[edit]

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Regarding edits to Earlsmead Stadium[edit]

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RE: Daily Mail[edit]

Your edits have been reverted anyway, but for future reference using Urban Dictionary is unlikely to be counted as a good citation! Hadrian89 (talk) 21:42, 30 January 2009 (UTC)

Thanks Hadrian89 I'd appreciate your help in improving the quality of this section. I thought it worth while keeping up information that people may agree is true but are poorly cited in order that others can help improve. I'm concerned that considering the Daily Mail is so controversial it seems article seems very muted compared to the Sun's equivalent.

Articles for deletion nomination of Coat of arms of Harrow[edit]

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