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27 July 2015

26 July 2015

  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:25 . . (+2). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(of the remaining citations, the Raine and Chambers ones both seem to mean 'before', and only the Toole one seems to use the verb 'afford' which failed RFV.)
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:21 . . (-10). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(English: the citations are all from before the 1870s, except one... so, not 'alternative' but 'obsolete')
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:19 . . (-7). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(English)
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:18 . . (-174). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(English: sort more citations, split 'before', remove one citation which seems to be using this spelling of a phonetic rendering of English, along with macrons etc, not as a spelling of the word but as a representation of how it'd be pronounced)
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:11 . . (-49). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(English: format, remove a bunch of unncessary 'sic's which seem to have been intended simply to note that all the archaic spellings are thus, but that is obvious)
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 20:05 . . (-26). .-sche (Talk | contribs)(this one definitely means 'afore time they were but bestial, till they to reason by laws were constrained', probably as a preposition, although possibly a conjunction. likewise 'afore she be married')
  • (diff | hist) . . affor‎; 19:44 . . (-19). .DAVilla (Talk | contribs)(English: these quotations are not correctly listed by definition; some, for instance, mean "afford")