Re "Do translingual entries get cites?": actually I'm not sure. I don't see why not, but you would want to be sure that the citation belongs under Translingual and not under any specific language. For example if you're just showing that some smiley/emoji exists, I suppose an English (or any language) tweet would be fine. The emoji isn't specifically English just because it's in an English sentence. --> Here comes the generic welcome link package:
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birds and scones edit
I was looking at these euphemisms earlier, but I lost interest in projects like this for the time being. However it seems the one you chose is a lot more popular than the ones I looked at. You definitely chose your name well, as Ive seen your work, and I'd think we could find the requisite three print-book cites somewhere if that's what it takes given our new policies .... the only thing I have to add is that the phrases I looked at both came along well before PETA made that famous tweet, so this phrase might be quite old as well. Best wishes, —— 19:19, 1 February 2023 (UTC)
- Just made the page. feed two birds with one scone. Three citations, for all senses. (talk) 01:01, 2 February 2023 (UTC)