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Japanese Music Charts[edit]

Hi, I'm just writing to you to request your help and assistance in referencing the Japanese Music Charts. Through out alot of popular english songs I have viewed I have noticed that they have been noted as performing well in Japan and have also read that the Japanese music market it very big. But in saying this every song I have seen has not got a Japanese chart position in the charts box. So if you are into music and willing to try and provide information on the Japanese Music Charts it would be greatly appreciated so then wikipedia users can start adding the Japanese chart positions into the chart boxes for popular songs. TeePee-20.7 (talk) 17:06, 20 April 2008 (UTC)

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Yuichi Honda[edit]

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Aya Sameshima[edit]

Hello. You recently updated the Aya Sameshima article to say she is now playing for INAC Kobe Leonessa. However, you did not add this to her club list in the infobox. I have done this, but her end year at Houston Dash and start year at the new club still needs to be added - can you do this? Thanks, Number 57 19:24, 22 February 2015 (UTC)

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Autopatrolled right nomination[edit]

I've nominated you to have the autopatrolled right at WP:PERM/A. CatcherStorm talk 06:28, 11 January 2016 (UTC)

Autopatrollled[edit]

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