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Possible reconsideration of the banning of wikipedia in ancient languages
Here a discussion about a reconsideration of the decision of not to allow wikipedias in ancient languages.
Hi! Because you are a fluent speaker of Korean (as well as able to understand some Japanese & Chinese), I was wondering if you know some things about Korean music. If so, would you like to join my http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Alexhl/WikiProject (Simple WikiProject Asian Music)? Even small contributions are much appreciated. Thanks. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 12:10, 9 March 2008 (UTC)
RfD nomination of Wikipedia:찾기
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Tony and the rest of the main characters pronounce it like "dee-noh-zoh." That's how they pronounce it; shouldn't that be the main way it's presented, then? Even if the other way is said a few times in the entire series (and not by the main cast) it shouldn't affect the first "dee-noh-zoh" ("oh" being like goat, not "aw" like thought) being listed as the main (and preferred by him and the rest of the characters) pronunciation. You changed both pronunciations back to including "dee-naw." Wool Mintons (talk) 17:03, 19 February 2010 (UTC)