User talk:Mark O'Sullivan

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Mark, I can see you're interested in words...great! The entry for Tyning, while lovely, is the sort of thing that will probably get flagged as encyclopaedic without a bit more care. The folks at WikiTree would probably love that sort of detail, though, and your entry could still work here with some attention. SemperBlotto has some interest in names and may be able to offer some suggestions for making it more dictionary-worthy. (You can tell him I sent you.)

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Tyning[edit]

Hello Mark. Yes, it is quite interesting (I am a Bristolian), but it is definitely not dictionary material. If you give it a good edit (and move everything else to Wikipedia) you might get away with it. By the way, there is also a Tyning Wood in Sussex and a Tyning in Armagh. Cheers. SemperBlotto 21:54, 22 Jun 2005 (UTC)