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19 September 2014

  • (diff | hist) . . m answer‎; 23:57 . . (+254). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* Alexander Ellis #*: Of course for publication in a newspaper, my palaeotype would not '''answer''', but my glossotype would enable the author to give his Pennsylvania German in an English form and)
  • (diff | hist) . . m answer‎; 23:56 . . (-57). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(Noun: rm vandal or error)
  • (diff | hist) . . m palaeotype‎; 23:55 . . (+188). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* Alexander Ellis #*: Of course for publication in a newspaper, my '''palaeotype''' would not answer, but my glossotype would enable the author to give his Pennsylvania German in an English form and)
  • (diff | hist) . . m glossotype‎; 23:55 . . (+192). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* Alexander Ellis #*: Of course for publication in a newspaper, my palaeotype would not answer, but my '''glossotype''' would enable the author to give his Pennsylvania German in an English form and)
  • (diff | hist) . . scarf‎; 23:53 . . (+50). .Atitarev (Talk | contribs)(t+lo:ຜ້າພັນຄໍ t-balance (Assisted))
  • (diff | hist) . . scarf‎; 23:52 . . (+16). .Atitarev (Talk | contribs)(Translations)
  • (diff | hist) . . m limbat‎; 23:50 . . (+217). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* '''1807''', Andrew Mackay, ''The Complete Navigator'' #*: There are various other periodical winds: of these, however, that generally known by the name of '''''limbat''''', which is common in the island of Cyprus, shall only be mentioned here.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m categoricalness‎; 23:47 . . (+222). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* {{w|Andrew Marvell}} #*: But in the mean time {{...}} it looks all so like subterfuge and inveigling; it is so nauseating and tedious a task, that no man thinks he owes the Author so much service as to find out the reason of his own '''categoricalness)
  • (diff | hist) . . wild-goose chase‎; 23:46 . . (+26). .Dylanvt (Talk | contribs)(Translations)
  • (diff | hist) . . masa‎; 23:45 . . (+16). .Ungoliant MMDCCLXIV (Talk | contribs)(Adverb)
  • (diff | hist) . . m horrification‎; 23:45 . . (+132). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* {{w|Maria Edgeworth}} #*: As the old woman and her miserable light went on before us, I could almost have thought of Sir Bertrand, or of some German '''horrifications''' {{...}})
  • (diff | hist) . . m encrease‎; 23:43 . . (+182). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* John Orrery #*: {{...}} the coldness of her lover, the loss of her reputation, all contributed to make her miserable, and to '''encrease''' the frenzical disposition of her mind.)
  • (diff | hist) . . scarf‎; 23:42 . . (-115). .Atitarev (Talk | contribs)(Translations)
  • (diff | hist) . . m aesthetican‎; 23:41 . . (+172). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* '''1996''', Stephen F. Soitos, ''The Blues Detective'' #*: The question of Reed's relation to other black '''aestheticans''' of the period such as Addison Gayle {{...}})
  • (diff | hist) . . crownet‎; 23:40 . . (+71). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(MIDDLE ENGLISH?? #* P. Whitehead #*: Himself with garland freshe, and '''crownet''' greene of oliue bandes, / Aduancing stood in ship.)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Thomist‎; 23:37 . . (+269). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* '''1842''', ''The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature'' #*: {{...}} it should be remembered that their poets and rabbis of the middle ages were contemporary with the Scotists and '''Thomists''', with the pseudo-platonism and peripateticism o)
  • (diff | hist) . . m Scotist‎; 23:36 . . (+251). .Equinox (Talk | contribs)(#* '''1842''', ''The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature'' #*: {{...}} it should be remembered that their poets and rabbis of the middle ages were contemporary with the '''Scotists''' and Thomists, with the pseudo-platonism and peripateticism o)