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Thanks so much for your participation in the community! I noticed you created a lot of new articles, please, feel free to ask if you'd like some tips on adding special codes like templates and categories to you articles, and also marking articles you create that are very short so that other editors can find them and expand them. Thanks again! -- Captain MKB 04:40, 20 January 2009 (UTC)


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