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World Ocean Day
I admire your efforts to raise awareness of World Ocean Day, but I would ask for some moderation in the entries from which you link it. It is best suited to environmentalism or other society-meets-nature entries. Less so the emphatically science related entries, IMO. Daniel Collins 15:02, 28 Apr 2005 (UTC)
AfD Nomination: Effective Microorganisms
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