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Hi Sabik! Recently, I created a new template to indicate English Wikipedia users who also contribute to the Czech Wikipedia.
Etiquette in Europe
- Pretty sure… Hmm, the Czech wikipedia doesn't have the page, but it's mentioned on Čas, for instance. It's definitely some part of a watch, anyway, but I'm pretty sure "balance wheel" is right. Now if I could find a reference for it. --Sabik 05:21, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
- I see. Thanks very much for the explanation. Jan.Kamenicek 12:08, 3 December 2006 (UTC)
Hi I saw that you had deleted a sentence in Tamil wikipedia without any discussion. Please understand that almost all indian languages use sanskrit-derived terminology to describe their grammar. Tamil uses Tamil terms from time immeorial (at least since 2300 years ago). In English too grmmatical terms (except in very modern times - less than 100 years?) come from other languages - for example noun comes from latin nomen meaning "name." The english term verb comes from Latin verbum, the term gerund comes from Latin gerundium etc. The meta language for tamil is Tamil from more than 2300 years ago- at the least. I've reinstated that sentence --Aadal 17:38, 5 April 2007 (UTC)
Hi, I saw your article and note that there is only one reference that uses this term. From a genetic standpoint, there are sources of variation and there are mechanisms that stabilize and cause fixation. I do not know of terms such as this being used. Could you please add further references and show how it relates to current understanding of species and speciation. Shyamal 05:28, 8 May 2007 (UTC)
Articles for deletion nomination of Frozen plasticity
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