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Charlie Brill Edit
Please review MA:QUOTE, as quotes in the Memorable Quotes sections should not be more than one or two lines- if you need more than that, the quote is not too memorable.--31dot 20:56, March 6, 2011 (UTC)
Please note that Memory Alpha generally doesn't use the <ref> tag, and instead uses inline citations. The only time reference tags should be used is if the reference is in a table and an inline citation or bg note would be problematic. - Archduk3 07:10, February 3, 2012 (UTC)