Category:German links with redundant target parameters

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Newest and oldest pages 
Newest pages ordered by last category link update:
  1. Vertrauen ist gut, Kontrolle ist besser
  2. Fugen-s
  3. Kehllaut
  4. are you feeling better
  5. ça va
  6. what date is it today
  7. where are we
  8. what's new
  9. holy shit
  10. great Scott
Oldest pages ordered by last edit:
  1. algebraic K-theory
  2. vom Regen in die Taufe
  3. Trafo
  4. brauch
  5. -es-
  6. Fugen-s
  7. Inbusschlüssel
  8. vergelt's Gott
  9. jmdn.
  10. hinterhältig

Pages containing German links where the alt text could replace the link target, instead of being given separately.

This occurs when the only difference between the link target and the alt text is that the alt text contains diacritics (or other characters) which would have been ignored anyway had they been included in the link target. For example, {{l|la|amo|amō}} (amō) is exactly the same as {{l|la|amō}} (amō), because macrons are automatically stripped from Latin link targets, even though they're still displayed.