User talk:Mighty Bazooka
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Hello Mighty Bazooka --
I just reverted your addition of a usage example at the にがつ entry. Usage examples go on the lemma entry, which would be 二月 in this case. Kana entries are generally only used as disambiguation pages, except for those rare occasions where a word is normally only spelled in kana.