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I have made no disruptive edits – all I have done was a change to accusasse. It is very clearly seen in the Latin section of accuso that accusasse is not the perfect active infinitive of accuso. Instead, accusavisse is the correct form. No reason for reverts was provided by SemperBlotto who reverted both my edits. The reason for blocking me, "Disruptive edits", was not specified in any way.

In case someone regards some of my other edits disruptive, please tell me what I have done wrong. Thank you! -- 94.101.2.145 07:08, 18 March 2012 (UTC)

Ok, I got it. Accusasse is actually found somewhere. Anyway, my edits were based on my knowledge of the first conjugation type of Latin verbs. So no vandalism intended. -- 94.101.2.145 07:09, 18 March 2012 (UTC)



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