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*'''admin''' ''(n.)'': Short for "administrator". A member of the group of users with special privileges.  See ''bureaucrat'', ''developer'', and ''sysop''.
*'''admin''' ''(n.)'': Short for "administrator". A member of the group of users with special privileges.  See ''bureaucrat'', ''developer'', and ''sysop''.
*'''anonny''' ''(n.; pl.'' '''anonnies''''')'': An anonymous contributor, identified only by an ''IP address''. Less common: a user who forgets to sign his or her talk post. References [[Anonymous Contributor]] from [[rock opera]]. In other areas of the Internet, an anonny is called an anon.
*'''anonny''' ''(n.; pl.'' '''anonnies''''')'': An anonymous contributor, identified only by an ''IP address''. Less common: a user who forgets to sign his or her talk post. References [[Anonymous Contributor]] from [[rock opera]]. In other areas of the Internet, an anonny is called an anon.
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*'''arg against''' ''(n.; abbrev.)'': "Argument against." An ''argument'' to reject a proposed idea.
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*'''arg against''' ''(n.; abbrev.)'': "Argument against." An ''argument'' to reject a proposed ''STUFF item''.
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*'''arg for''' ''(n.; abbrev.)'': "Argument for." An ''argument'' in favor of keeping a proposed idea.
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*'''arg for''' ''(n.; abbrev.)'': "Argument for." An ''argument'' in favor of keeping a proposed ''STUFF item''.
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*'''argument''' ''(n.)'': A persuasive statement used in the discussion process. Arguments are not conversational, and may be merged or reworded so long as the overall meaning doesn't change.
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*'''argument''' ''(n.)'': A persuasive statement used in the ''STUFF process''. Arguments are not conversational, and may be merged or reworded so long as the overall meaning doesn't change.
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*'''Recent Changes''' ''(prop. n.)'': Recent edits on the wiki, found at [[Special:Recentchanges]].
*'''Recent Changes''' ''(prop. n.)'': Recent edits on the wiki, found at [[Special:Recentchanges]].
*'''redirect''' ''(n.)'': A page name that redirects the user to an article. If an article is moved, a redirect will be left behind at its former name to point to the new one; another common use is to direct frequent misspellings or variants of a phrase to the correct article.
*'''redirect''' ''(n.)'': A page name that redirects the user to an article. If an article is moved, a redirect will be left behind at its former name to point to the new one; another common use is to direct frequent misspellings or variants of a phrase to the correct article.
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*'''revise''' ''(v.; inflected form:'' '''revision''''')'': To make a major change to the wording of something.
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*'''revise''' ''(v.; inflected form:'' '''revision''''')'': To make a major change to the wording of a ''STUFF item'', which is set apart from the original wording in its own section, with its own ''vote table''.
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*'''reword''' ''(v.)'': To make a minor change to the wording of something. The wording of an item that is reworded may change significantly, but the overall meaning stays the same.
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*'''reword''' ''(v.)'': To make a minor change to the wording of a ''STUFF item''. The wording of an item that is reworded may change significantly, but the overall meaning stays the same.
*'''rv''' ''(v.t.; abbrev.)'': "Reverted." Used in an ''edit summary'' to indicate that the page has been restored to a previous condition as though the next-to-last edit never occurred.
*'''rv''' ''(v.t.; abbrev.)'': "Reverted." Used in an ''edit summary'' to indicate that the page has been restored to a previous condition as though the next-to-last edit never occurred.
*'''rv/s''' ''(v.t.; abbrev.; also'' '''rvs''''')'': "Reverted spam." Similar to ''rv'', but used when the edit in question is ''spamming''.
*'''rv/s''' ''(v.t.; abbrev.; also'' '''rvs''''')'': "Reverted spam." Similar to ''rv'', but used when the edit in question is ''spamming''.

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