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Vulcan captain, first contact


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Chief Edit

Please note that Senior chief petty officer and Chief go to different places; the former shouldn't be piped with the latter. Since "Chief" was said verbally and SCPO was not, I've put that link in the article.--31dot 01:46, October 10, 2011 (UTC)

Planet Edit

Please review MA:POV, as almost all articles are written in the past tense; in the case of planet specifically, even the definition is not an "eternal concept", as the definition of planet has changed within our lifetimes. I have left the opening definition line in present, but the rest should be in past tense.--31dot 03:15, December 15, 2011 (UTC)

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