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  Wikisource - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
During this period of the project's history, especially notable were the massive contributions to its content and organization in several languages by its bureaucrat, Eclecticology.
In the ensuing months, contributors in other languages including German requested their own wikis, but a December vote on the creation of separate language domains was inconclusive.
The new languages did not include English, but the code en: was temporarily set to redirect to the main website (wikisource.org).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikisource   (700 words)

  
 Wikisource - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
Finally, a second vote that ended May 12, 2005 supported the adoption of separate language subdomains at Wikisource by a large margin, allowing texts in each language to be hosted on their own wiki.
The new languages did not include English, but the code "en:" was set to redirect to the main website (wikisource.org).
The wikisource community prepared itself, through a mass project of sorting pages and categories by language, for a second wave of languages, including en:, which were created in September.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/w/i/k/Wikisource.html   (616 words)

  
 Pajhwok Afghan News
The scholars underlined the need of mother-tongue in educational institutions and slammed government for ignoring Pashto language.
Recalling her class story, Shkala, 12, a student said her teacher taunted her when she was giving answer in Pashto to a question asked in Dari.
With narrating such tragic status of Pashto language, the 12-year-old girl spread a blanket of silence on the entire hall.
www.pajhwok.com /viewstory.asp?id=15842   (408 words)

  
 Introduction to World Statesmen
and Graf entered the language as Reeve, a manorial steward or overseer; "Reeve" has become archaic with the
It, and similar terms in other languages have been applied to landed gentry, owners of large estates who do not
"Shieldbearer", and a variant of that has also remained in the language: Esquire.
www.worldstatesmen.org /INTRO.html   (4703 words)

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