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I've responded to your edit at the talk page Talk:Midwestern United States. I've reworded the section to avoid the point you brought up altogether. There's a more extensive discussion there. Shadowjams (talk) 06:02, 1 March 2013 (UTC)
I want you to know that I did not intend to step on your edits of Kokomo. I had been working on some revisions and when I went to sage, I saw the conflict with your posting. I tried to carefuly save all your edits when I saved mine, but it was just easier to save overtop of your paragraph that try to reconstruct my own edits. If in the process I deleted an edit of yours, it was not my intent. Feel free to put back if you like.
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Hi! About this edit, I don't know of enough all male primary and secondary schools in the State of Indiana.
If I know of at least five I'll make a template (like Template:Boys' schools in Illinois) for that particular state. But if there's too few I just do a see also. Right now I only know of two all boys' or former all boys' schools in the entire state. WhisperToMe (talk) 19:53, 26 December 2015 (UTC)