Is it Wikipedia:Etiquette (or even Wikipedia:Neutral) to truly make use of the term , especially as an adjective? (a word founded by Early Christendom [as early as — where Pagan is opposite the Christian, the way "" is opposite the Jew; and in which (c.375) made heavy use of the expression "against the pagans"
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Good day everyone!
I am writing this blog to ask for volunteers to come to my wiki, the English Monarchs Wiki. I have just adopted it.
It is very small at the moment,but with some help, I believe that it could become big.
My need at the moment, is for some staff, and editors to help me add info.
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If anything such as the infoboxes look broken, don't worry about it. They'll be replaced. I am working on new infoboxes and they'll be replacing the older ones.Read more >
If anybody does not know or decides to view blog posts, I wish to inform users or anonymous editors that this wiki was held for adoption as Kirk was inactive and I have changed the wiki around. The wiki will be on maintenance or rather not maintenance but edited such as the background, the wordmark, and wiki navigation. If anything is requested, post it on the forum in which the older forums were archived and newer ones were inputted.
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Ive been seeing this wiki for a while now and i find it fairly sad that it's not as popular as it should be. Im writting this to ask you all to find time to contribute to this wiki, and make it more popular. Think of how many students could just use this for their work?
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Youtube has got a new video about this history wiki, more specifically, asking for more people to please help contribute to the wiki if they can. If you've already seen the video on Youtube and are completely new to this wiki, you can ask me a question in response to this blog post. For those of you who haven't seen it yet, the video is ready to viewed right below.Read more >
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