User talk:Nick Moss

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peer review[edit]

Can you please review my article HSV Senator Signature so I can get some valuable feedback from you.


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T.P.K. 04:30, 9 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Welcome from me too, Nick. Taihape is on my watchlist and appeared near the top a minute ago, so I checked you out - thanks for the trans-Tasman link there. You're welcome to add your name to pages such as Wikipedia:Wikipedians/New Zealand. Kia ora! Robin Patterson 09:39, 14 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Sydney Harbour Bridge[edit]

Thanks for spotting that error on the SHB page about the Bradfield highway in Brisbane. Arno 08:08, 2 Mar 2005 (UTC)

World Citizen userbox, {{User:1ne/Userboxes/User world}}[edit]

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removal of "illegal" mp3-link[edit]

Please read, which is about your recent removal of a link you apparently thougt was illegal.apecat 15:02, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

Aviation Newsletter delivery[edit]

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Image copyright problem with Image:747x.jpg[edit]

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Qantas 747[edit]

If you go to the Qantas website you will see the fact sheet if you were to add all the 747s there are in fact 56 making Qantas larger than Korean Air! —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 22:31, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

This fact sheet? I count 35 - 6 747-400ER, 24 747-400, and 5 747-300 (which is one less than what CASA lists, because VH-EBU is out of service, although it is still registered to the airline). Where are you getting the other 21 aircraft from? You're not counting aircraft the airline operated in the past are you?

Fair use rationale for Image:747x.jpg[edit]

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A350 Orders[edit]

Hello Nick, I am Marcus. I just edited A350 orders and did not see your previous edit. I guess we were editing at the same time.--Bangabalunga 07:41, 25 June 2007 (UTC)


Nick do you know how to do sorting on a wikitable? Its very easy. Do you think we should do it for A350?--Bangabalunga 05:30, 26 June 2007 (UTC)

Brisbane meetup[edit]

Riverside Precinct Brisbane Meetup
Next: Saturday 13 January 2018

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Brisbane meetup invitation[edit]

Riverside Precinct Brisbane Meetup
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Kingfisher Airlines[edit]

First of all Kingfisher had placed 5 Airbus A350-800 Orders in 2005 and then additional 15 for the Airbus A350-800XWB in 2007 along with 10 A330-200s,additional 5 Airbus A340-500 which were later converted to A330s due to the Low Fuel Efficiency of A340s.

As for being Civil,I am Civil to only Asians and Africans from Africa not Whites and African Americans. Because according to my Principles being Civil to "Whites and African Americans" is against the Laws and Rules i follow.And in the first place why should i be Civil to Americans/Europeans/Whites?they are so Racist. i "learnt" being "UnCivil" from you Americans/Europeans/Whites. No matter what happens i am going to revert the edits you and your "Fellow Americans/Europeans/Whites" do.You don't Scare me dud (oops i mean dude)......LOL ;-) Rhp 26 (talk) —Preceding undated comment was added at 18:01, 19 September 2008 (UTC).

As per the Airbus press release these new aircraft "orders" were only a memorandum of understanding. Until now these orders were not finalized thus they are not noted in the orders sections. --Denniss (talk) 19:46, 19 September 2008 (UTC)

An exciting opportunity to get involved![edit]


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you might be interested in[edit]

Wikipedia:WikiProject Bahá'í Faith to help get a broader picture of the goings on.... --Smkolins (talk) 12:06, 1 May 2013 (UTC)

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