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my miscellaneous code collection


past tense[edit]

==English==
===Verb===
'''rescued'''

#Past tense of ''to [[rescue]]''.


==English==

===Verb===
'''forming'''

#Present participle of ''to [[form]]''.


==English==

===Noun===
'''forms'''
# Plural form of [[form]].

===Verb===
'''forms'''
# Third person form of ''to [[form]].''



Adjectival phrase[edit]

http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Ultimate_Wiktionary

more work[edit]

regular small


link to specific topic[edit]

been doing it already

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Newclipart_animacion.gif

WikiTables

CSS

See also: ide

HTML[edit]



section[edit]

__NOTOC__ __NOEDITSECTION__

text

balance of code[edit]

text colors[edit]

colour red

graphs[edit]

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Contact info
For reporting
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stary box[edit]

stary box


big box[edit]


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originals[edit]

BIG

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One person's idea to seek documentation for entries that had none. The idea did not gain support. Both of his two listed items were eventually delted, so that there is no longer any active material there. Eclecticology 18:54:15, 2005-08-29 (UTC)

Keep for now anyway. I guess I can't see any harm in saving it. We risk offending the user who contributed it if we delete it; I mean, we don't want him/her to think his/her contributions aren't valuable. Schedule a follow-up for a year and ask the contributor directly if s/he'll agree to a deletion. --Stranger 23:18, 29 August 2005 (UTC) Deleted - we are pretty thick-skinned round here - everyone of us gets offended at least once a week. SemperBlotto 15:07, 30 August 2005 (UTC)

do not use[edit]


General American WEAE Received Pronunciation
IPA /f?ks/ /f?ks/ /f?ks/
SAMPA /fAks/ /fOks/ /fQks/



- Queen of Idio_s

English[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • /dɪg/, /dIg/

Verb[edit]

{{en-verb|'''to dig'''|'''[[digs]]'''|'''[[dug]]'''|'''[[dug]]'''|'''[[digging]]'''}}

  1. To move earth out of the way.
  2. To drill etc. through rocks, roads, etc.
  3. To practice gardening, mining or archeology.
  4. To research a particular subject.

Translations[edit]

Noun[edit]

code (plural digs)

  1. An archeological investigation

Synonyms[edit]

  1. excavation

Translations[edit]


Swedish[edit]

dig

  1. you

Ebonics[edit]

Verb[edit]

dig (no inflected forms)

  1. To understand.
  2. To appreciate.
  3. To agree (with)