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I've removed the beginning of a list of treaties. It is information that belongs in an encyclopedia rather than a dictionary. Eclecticology

Hello. I have put the list of treaty because I thing it is useful for translators. I am currently studying translation (well, when I am not on wiki) and I have to look for the exact translations in Spanish or Fench of some proper names. The translation is not always obvious : where to put capital letters, names of places which changes, names of persons who changes ... Regards. -- youssef

There is already a small list of treaties at w:List of treaties. Perhaps these might be compared to whatever similar lists may exist on the Spanish or French Wikipedias. If they don't exist, you may find it a useful exercise to create them. Eclecticology 09:56 Feb 18, 2003 (UTC)
Ups. You already discovered that page ;-). I have to be less lazy and make a stub for treaty on my favourites wikipedias. -- youssef

Trisyllabic Irish pronunciationEdit

A lot of Irish people have a trisyllabic pronunciation in lento, carefully enunciated speech; cf. real vs reel. A few examples in a Senate debate on the EU Fiscal Treaty in this webcast starting at 3h20m in, corresponding to this transcript. Jnestorius (talk) 19:00, 27 September 2014 (UTC)