User talk:Prvc

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Welcome!

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N.U.T.S.[edit]

I'm not sure why you moved the page to N.U.T.S. Do you have reference for having periods/full stops in the name? I've always seen it without. If someone searches for NUTS, they would go the disambig page, on which they would quickly find what they needed. You've now created numerous double redirects which is a no-no. Please fix them. --Nelson Ricardo

Portugal[edit]

Olá! Bem vindo à Wikipedia. Li o teu comentário no artigo sobre as sub-divisões, é bom ver novos editores a participar! Queria dizer-te que existe o Portal:Portugal, podes propor novos artigos para aparecerem no portal e até editá-lo como achares melhor. Podes também ficar com uma ideia geral do conteúdo relacionado com Portugal na Wikipedia. Só mais uma coisa, podes assinar os teus comentários escrevendo quatro tis "~~~~" que serão substituídos pelo teu nome e pela hora. Qualquer dúvida que tenhas fala comigo ou pergunta no Portal. Afonso Silva 13:23, 12 May 2006 (UTC)


Disputed fair use rationale for Image:Logo EDP.JPG[edit]

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Proposed deletion of List of shopping malls in Portugal[edit]

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The article List of shopping malls in Portugal has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

Unmaintainable and unencyclopedic list lacking in sourcing

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Pius IX - my bad![edit]

Thanks for spotting my casual error in the link. Cheers! Careful With That Axe, Eugene Hello... 10:17, 16 June 2011 (UTC)

Nomination of List of shopping malls in Portugal for deletion[edit]

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