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Cavil —This unsigned comment was added by (talk) at 00:12, 29 March 2005.

This word was used in this article:

"So, while most hail Wikipedia as a revolutionary model of co-operation, a free and open ideal that strives for accuracy and truth through constant review by its millions of contributors, others cavil that it’s unreliable and inaccurate, the kind of junky encyclopedia where the entry for Britney Spears (4,219 words) is longer than the entry for Brittany (2,512)."

Not sure if this is the kind of example that goes on the "Citations:cavil" page. -- OlEnglish 20:03, 1 July 2010 (UTC)