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 Unnoted Talk Discussions. I don't understand why someone is including long passages of text from the H.L. Mencken article in THIS article -- that's why you ~hyperlink~ the name of Mencken in the first place, for redirection to the separate article. — “Talk:Michael Graham/Archive 1 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
 Unnoted Spoilers. It was apparent that there was another "order of the phoenix", but was scrapped later and entirely rewritten. However, there are clues from the scrapped manuscript that may be reused, including that the Dudley that bullied. — “Talk:Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows/Archive 5”, en.wikipedia.org
4 Unnoted reference. 5 Blowchair. 6 Explanation of edits. 7 Fair use rationale for Image:  Unnoted reference. When Xandir fights the guard, there seems to be a reference to something, where he says "Likes to pull. — “Talk:Terms of Endearment (Drawn Together episode) - Wikipedia”, en.wikipedia.org
"Joy to the fair! whose constant knight Her favour fired to feats of might; Unnoted shall she not remain, Where meet the bright and noble train; Minstrel shall sing and herald tell– 'Mark yonder maid of beauty well, 'Tis she for whose bright eyes were won The listed field at Askalon! — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott