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- Thanks for the additional Runaways quotes. I have edited them to comply with the formatting of the rest of the page. I would greatly appreciate it if you tried to be more careful with quotes formatting. Realizing that the implicit guidelines were perhaps not clear enough, I have tried to make them explicit. Let me again urge you to register -- no personal details are required (an e-mail address is optional), but it would make contacting you easier, as well as allow you to claim credit for your edits. Thanks for the attention ~ MosheZadka (Talk) 16:50, 25 September 2005 (UTC)
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