Welcome to my user page. I am editing in my using my real name. I enjoy adding missing English language entries to Wiktionary. I like to think I am a generalist. I take the view that Wiktionary should strive to provide a definition for any terms that are in common use, including place name, road names, codes etc. I am an inclusionist. I am generally against the use of redirects (in the main space) - in my view each alternative spelling should get its own article however short.
I have done quite a bit of work on reduplications.
to add: shilders
Democracy, government and lawEdit
added: alternative vote - another place - Borda count - gerrymandering - Henry VIII clause - hostis humani generis (enemy of all mankind) - McLibel - Order of Council - single transferable vote - the other place - trial de novo - unconscionability - universal jurisdiction - voting system - warrant canary - Your Excellency
213 Offices in total per Hansard 1803–2005. I am not sure each of these is worth a separate entry so I have only made the ones I think do deserve an entry into links.
Added: E243 - E392 - E407a - E423 - E425 - E426 - E427 - E468 - E469 - E470a - E470b - E479b - E499 - E514 - E515 - E516 - E914 - E960 - E961 - E964 - E969 - E1203 - E1205 - E1206 - E1207 - E1208 - E1209 - E1451 -E1519 - E1517 - E1521
To add: age to age - around and around - ashes to ashes - closer and closer - coast to coast - day by day - drop by drop - going, going, gone - gram for gram - higher and higher - hour by hour - house to house - line by line - lower and lower - me, me, me - measure for measure - minute by minute - minute to minute - month by month - month in, month out - month-on-month - month-to-month - on and on and on - night in, night out - oi oi oi ( a chant response) - period-on-period - point by point - pole to pole - promises, promises - week by week - week in, week out - week-to-week - wheel-to-wheel - quarter-on-quarter - quarter-to-quarter - round and round - strength to strength - word by word - year after year.
Links to appendicesEdit
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