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Cease and desist
It seems like you must be trying to help WikiMedia by taking Wikipedia articles that should be Transwiki'ed, and instead deleting them (or having them deleted) after copying them here manually in a non-Wiktionary format specifically so that they are removed or deleted here. Why do all your recent entries ignore our layout conventions? By knowingly doing it wrong you have created a lot of extra chores for us.
Hi: I noticed that you are copying a bunch of entries onto the Request for Verification page. Are you making an effort to verify these yourself? The RFV page is for hard-to-verify terms only. One of the entries you added actually has its own website listed in it--meaning it's certainly legitimate. Please make an effort to verify them. If you don't intend to do so, then simply leave the entry as it is to allow other editors to look at it. If you find proof of an entry's existence, then mention it on its page, and refrain from positng it at WT:RFV. Thanks. --Primetime 21:56, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
I'd like to see you become a respected contributor here. I think you could benefit Wikipedia and Wiktionary at the same time. But "dumping" here from Wikipedia just isn't helpful.
Please look at this edit for some formatting hints. This is more in line with how we do things here. Best of all would be to resume using the Transwiki: process from Wikipedia, instead. The way you copied entries over has not respected attribution from the Wikipedia contributors.
Please feel free to ask questions; I hope you will find this community quite responsive.