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This page was last edited by Peter Harrison at 15:12 UTC (5 years ago)
This template is used to tag pages for speedy deletion under the speedy deletion criteria.
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- Please note that this template is only to be used for reposting of content previously deleted via an XfD-type discussion.
- This is the most basic form of the template.
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Author notification[edit source]
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...on the User talk page of the main contributor(s) to the page, replacing PageName with the name of the page being marked for deletion. This will display the following user warning template: