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Hi Francisco!
 
Hi Francisco!
 
Thanks a lot for your recent Falconieri contributions. I'd like to know what your precise source for these pieces was. Do you have access to the original printings? Are they available on the internet somewhere? --[[User:Bjoernsothmann|Bjoernsothmann]]<sub>[[User talk:Bjoernsothmann|Talk]] [[Special:Emailuser/Bjoernsothmann|Email]]</sub> 08:26, 27 September 2009 (UTC)
 
Thanks a lot for your recent Falconieri contributions. I'd like to know what your precise source for these pieces was. Do you have access to the original printings? Are they available on the internet somewhere? --[[User:Bjoernsothmann|Bjoernsothmann]]<sub>[[User talk:Bjoernsothmann|Talk]] [[Special:Emailuser/Bjoernsothmann|Email]]</sub> 08:26, 27 September 2009 (UTC)
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Hi Francisco, just a tip: when editing a page, remember to use the Preview button to see how the page will look like ''before'' you save it. By doing so you avoid consecutive saves that make the database size increase more than would be necessary. Thank you for your understanding. —[[User:Carlos|Carlos]]&nbsp;[{{fullurl:User talk:Carlos}} {{mail}}] 12:33, 29 September 2009 (UTC)

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Hi Francisco! Thanks a lot for your recent Falconieri contributions. I'd like to know what your precise source for these pieces was. Do you have access to the original printings? Are they available on the internet somewhere? --BjoernsothmannTalk Email 08:26, 27 September 2009 (UTC)

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Hi Francisco, just a tip: when editing a page, remember to use the Preview button to see how the page will look like before you save it. By doing so you avoid consecutive saves that make the database size increase more than would be necessary. Thank you for your understanding. —Carlos Email.gif 12:33, 29 September 2009 (UTC)