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Again, Welcome!  
 
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== Singapore principals ==
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Hello and welcome! The article you are developing in your userspace needs to be especially funny for the general reader, because otherwise, nearly none of your readers will care about what officials at your school are like.
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On a technical level, keep an eye on your subject-verb agreement. The "they" form of a verb does not have an "s" on the end. Happy editing! {{User:SPIKE/signature}}<small>17:55 7-Jan-13</small>

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edit Welcome!

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edit Singapore principals

Hello and welcome! The article you are developing in your userspace needs to be especially funny for the general reader, because otherwise, nearly none of your readers will care about what officials at your school are like.

On a technical level, keep an eye on your subject-verb agreement. The "they" form of a verb does not have an "s" on the end. Happy editing! Spıke ¬ 17:55 7-Jan-13

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