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  • from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia policies and guidelines are based on the '''five pillars''' that define Wikipedia's character:
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  • Content is where things get a little tricky and difficult to explain in very simple *reflect knowledge from expert sources, not personal opinion or subjective experience
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  • [[Content sources]] *If the corresponding Wikipedia article is perfect, you may just cut and paste it but it is always better t
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  • ...s. Their most distinctive feature, however, is a single, giant eye peering from the center of the face, along with a long tongue, much like a Tsukomogami m Hitotsume-kozo are relatively benign creatures, content to run about frightening human beings or telling loud people to be quiet (t
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  • ...ply on your own talk page beneath the original message. Both are common on Wikipedia; however, be aware that replying on your own talk page runs the risk that y #[[Content]]
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  • For a complete list of wiki formatting, see [|Wiki Markup] #[[Content]]
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  • ...ed. The easiest way to create the category page is to follow the edit link from an article and add a parent category and a category description. For a more For a complete list of wiki formatting, see [|Wiki Markup]
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  • ...the household and, especially, her son. Relatives remember her being never content with her son and constantly yelling at her husband. Friends and family desc ...ert, who periodically interviewed incarcerated serial killer [[Ted Bundy]] from 1984 to Bundy's execution in 1989 in the hopes of both developing a [[offen
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  • ...other died in 1969). Her education includes degrees in English and biology from Marion (now Indiana Wesleyan University), a Christian college in Indiana. ...ry]] series and later (post-2000) Anita Blake books have added more sexual content, with the result that later books are sometimes shelved in romance.
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  • ....png|thumb|100px|Icon sometimes used to indicate that source material came from a source not subject to copyright.]] ...o the work, or the work or its subject matter may be specifically excluded from existing laws. An item may be public domain in one jurisdiction but not ano
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  • ...rsonification of inanimate objects). These folktales may or may not emerge from a religious tradition, but nevertheless speak to deep psychological issues. ...larship: Myths, Legends, and Popular Beliefs of Ancient Greece and Rome"], from ''Folklore'' (April 2000)
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  • The word doppelgänger comes from the German ''Doppelgaenger'', literally meaning "double-goer", someone who ...erses. In this case, the doppelgänger really "is" the doubled person, but from a different timeline or different version of the universe.
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  • [[]] ...tar_Medal|Bronze Star]]. Due to his wartime experiences, Serling suffered from nightmares and flashbacks for the rest of his life. Though he was rather s
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  • ...banned, there are occasional reports of alleged sacrifices to authorities from remote areas. ...'Markandeya Purana''', circa 300-600CE, where she is said to have emanated from the brow of the goddess [[Durga]], a slayer of [[demon]]s or '''avidya''',
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  • ...iptions might be simply taken from accounts of the sacrifice to Cronus and from the tale of the Minotaur; No bull-headed Phoenician god was known. Milton w ..., and will cut him off, and all that go astray after him, whoring l'Molech from among the people.</blockquote>
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  • ...d ''gnome'' is said to derive from the New Latin ''gnomus'' and ultimately from the Greek ''gnosis'', meaning knowledge. According to myth, gnomes hoarded ...Gnomes have the most knowledge of man, often speaking his language. It is from this family that Gnome Kings are chosen. Farm Gnomes resemble their House b
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  • Hebrew לילית ''lilith'', Akkadian ''līlītu'' are female Nisba adjectives from the Proto-Semitic root ''LYL'' "night", literally translating to ''nocturna ...and Idlu Lili. As stated above, they may have originated as storm demons (from the Sumerian "Lil" = Air or Wind), and the "night" association may be a Sem
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  • mostly adhere to a consistent storyline, there are enough deviations from the game plot within the films and novels to be considered alternate story ...eries more marketable in the Western market, the series' title was changed from ''Biohazard'' to ''Resident Evil'' by Capcom's United States branch.<ref>In
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  • From 1966 to 1971, King studied English at the University of Maine at Orono, Mai ...Caravan, struck King, who landed in a depression about 14 feet (4 meters) from the pavement of Route 5.
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  • ...ember of a mythical anthropomorph race from Scandinavia. Their role ranges from fiendish giants – similar to the ogres of England – to a devious, dwarf * In the first tradition, the troll is large, brutish and a direct descendant from the Norse ''jötnar''. They are often described as ugly or having beastly f
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