User talk:Spyglasses

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 Hello; Although new to the 'wiki-sphere' and computers generally, I am a student of the clear and concise use of language, having had an early grounding through attendance at what was known in Britain as a "Prep School". If I spy a convoluted or grammatically incorrect sentence you may be sure it will be attended to with due regard for the original writer's intent as best as can be gleaned from the screen. If anyone is concerned with any re-writes please use my talk page and let me know your opinion.  Thanks. Spyglasses (talk) 07:35, 3 May 2013 (UTC)

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Mutiny[edit]

Thank you for your very helpful copy-editing work at Mutiny on the Bounty. You caught out quite a few errors and improved the prose in several places. I hope you are well and having a pleasant week. All the very best, —  Cliftonian (talk)  10:29, 28 April 2015 (UTC)

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