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Transwiki history[change]

20:34, 31 July 2007 . . Coppertwig (843 bytes) (Please delete: Has been transwikied to Simple English
17:41, 12 July 2007 . . Isis  (784 bytes) (no more yous) 
04:20, 21 June 2007 . . Creol (787 bytes) ({you}, dicdef, iw correction) 
03:39, 21 June 2007 . . (753 bytes) 
03:33, 21 June 2007 . . (733 bytes) (New page: A parenthesis (more than one: parentheses)
is a symbol that looks like "(" or ")". You may see parentheses when you read books. Most of the time, they
are not used to tell the main s...)

Simple Wikipedia article history prior to being transwikied to Simple Wiktionary -- Creol(talk) 20:40, 1 August 2007 (UTC)

Commas as parentheses?[change]

I'm having a hard time thinking that this information is accurate:

"You can also use commas as parentheses, but you need to write the sentence differently.
ex. Billy, who wrote about karate, and Bob, who wrote about dogs, wrote their papers."

Surely this isn't right, is it? You can use commas instead of of parentheses, but that doesn't make them parentheses. What does anyone else think? · Tygrrr... 15:58, 12 June 2008 (UTC)