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CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter


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Use of |editors= is discouraged for reasons of consistency with |authors= (see Category:CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter). The enumerated editor list parameters |editorn=, or |editor-lastn= / |editor-firstn=, or, where appropriate, |veditors=, are to be preferred.

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Category:CS1 maintenance (link)
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