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Paul Davis Edit

Hello, please refrain from cut and pasting content from Wikipedia, like you have done for Paul Davis, as their rules are different to ours, particularly the fact they are written in an "out-of-universe" format and present tensed. We usually do things "in-universe" style, meaning writting contents as if they have happened. I have just did an overhaul of the Paul Davis article. If you can just read the SGCommand:Manual of Style, that would be appreciated. Thanks. -- Matthew R Dunn 12:23, 2 September 2008 (UTC)

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