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A published book is not a piece of exam work and it should not read. Fiddle Faddle 09:48, 17 December 2013 (UTC) A thought on reference schemes might be to have two groups of references, one for papers which form the research body that is sorcer, and the other which is for references about sorcer using the group parameter for. Sorcer-related technology is covered in reasonable depth: 3 pages in ch#4, 3 pages in ch#5, 6 pages in ap#G. Pawelpacewicz is of the opinion that therefore no COI exists; however, methinks afrl is not just an enduser, but also the of the sorcer work (Professor Sobolewski among others. My future profession doctor essay, lineman dissertation help lupus research paper thesis sentences essay about. Might be the best place to start on the rewrite of mainspace? This paper investigates the approach and mechanism of distributed noise map generation based on sooa. Here I'm copying related parts of that discussion from Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/sorcer : 1st example: let's take a look at reference #8. Or is this about promotion? Fiddle Faddle 17:04, 13 December 2013 (UTC) Oh FiddleFaddle, you are so blunt. Blah blah So the trouble here, seems to be that we have a lot of sources that *mention* sorcer. In my opinion the only Chinese recognition of sorcer proves it notability. After reading these three papers in the order indicated you will get a meaningful answer from him. Ohiolink Electronic Theses and Dissertations Center. Beavercreekful ( talk ) 06:46, 16 December 2013 (UTC) Ref currently at 13 is m/chapter/10.10072F _10 which appears to speak of socer not sorcer?
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