User talk:Le Bateau Ivre

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Bonjour! I undid your edits to blud because they weren't in the right place (English goes at the top, not below any other language except Translingual) and because the sense you added already failed Verification twice; I removed bled for similar reasons. If there are uses of either term in books or magazines or on Usenet (but not just generic websites), the terms can be re-added. I wouldn't expect you to have known about the previous RFVs, and your other edits are looking good so far, so don't worry about it... keep up the good work. :) - -sche (discuss) 21:07, 11 October 2012 (UTC)

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