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Thanks for removing irrelevant links to Goethe sites, which it seems I had originally placed on the Nicolaus Copernicus page, quite early on, and which no one seems to have noticed, or at least done anything about, until now. The only explanation I presently have for how they originally were placed there, is that I might have been working with two sets of lists of links, and casually mistook one for the other when I was doing work on this page. ~ Kalki 18:42, 7 October 2009 (UTC)