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[Proxy voting|proxy votes] do I add the redirect on page Proxy voting?

I'm sorry... are you asking how to add the redirect, or are you asking if you should create a redirect? If you're asking how, visit this link and it will explain. If you are asking whether you should, it looks to me like it would make sense. Hope that helps. Also, wikilinks are contained within pairs of square brackets; you want to use [[Proxy voting|Proxy votes]] (which gives Proxy votes) next time, not [Proxy voting|proxy votes]. Also, please don't forget to sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~) I've also added a bunch of links below that should help you with your future editing. Cheers! roux ] [x] 05:33, 24 October 2008 (UTC)


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05:10, 24 October 2008 (hist) (diff) Contract with America ‎ added link prior ----- proxy votes

on the Contract with America page Proxy voting I was not sure, if I should change the text from votes to voting or proxy votes ref or proxy votes . Is there a preference?

Then, I wanted to make sure I put the redirect in the corrct article

Oh... [[Proxy voting|proxy votes]] isn't a redirect, it's what we call a 'piped link'. proxy votes looks correct to me. roux ] [x] 06:25, 24 October 2008 (UTC)

Proxy voting so i put piped from proxy votes ? ;] can i stop, now? content .... hmmmmm Oh manners. ooops hi. i'm new. nicetameetya. thx, roux Romanfall (talk)romanfall


ARTICLE XXVIII. ENGLISH AS THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE 1. English as the official language;


Section 1. (1) In this article, unless the context otherwise requires:
1. "Government" includes all laws, public proceedings, rules, publications, orders, actions, programs, policies, departments, boards, agencies, organizations and instrumentalities of this state or political subdivisions of this state, as appropriate under the circumstances to a particular official action.
2. "Official action" includes the performance of any function or action on behalf of this state or a political subdivision of this state or required by state law that appears to present the views, position or imprimatur of the state or political subdivision or that binds or commits the state or political subdivision, but does not include:
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(j) Actions necessary to preserve the right to petition for the redress of grievances.
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(b) Protecting the rights of persons in this state who use English.
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(d) To the greatest extent possible under federal statute, providing services, programs, publications, documents and materials in English.
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2. Official language of Arizona Section 2. The official language of the state of Arizona is English.
3. Preserving and enhancing the role of the official language; right to use English Section 3.
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Iran: An Unlikely Treasure Chest Of Funk - by Egon

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Having grown up in a household that frowned on TV (we didn't have one until I was 13) and reveled in Kurosawa revivals at New Haven's Crown Cinemas, I took great pleasure in Woody Allen films. I went to my uncle's house to watch Allen's movies on VHS tapes; I even got my parents hooked. I became a great fan of Hebrew folk fare and couldn't pass up the opportunity to buy this funky version of "Hava Nagila" when I heard it. It was released by Spaniard nationals living in pre-revolution Tehran. The album also contains a mind-expanding version of Simon & Garfunkel's "The Sounds of Silence" played with a tar (a type of lute) on lead.

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Thanks for your editing! I see what you did, making the examples shorter and cleared. Is that the POV change in the second paragraph? I am not from an English speaking country and I struggle with it, although that paragraph you edited was not mine. Question, you changed from "child refuses to wear socks" to "finds socks uncomfortable". In SPD, when over responsivity is present, the sensations go neurologically way beyond mere comfort. Do you think there is another way as short and clear as that but that expresses a higher degree of feeling? In Spanish it would be something around severely irritant (but I know irritant in English refers more to the skin's reaction, while in Spanish it means a degree or two more over uncomfortable) Chibs007 (talk) 05:21, 26 September 2014 (UTC)

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