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An article may be deleted from OrthodoxWiki by a sysop for any of the following reasons (non-exclusive):
- Its sole purpose is vandalism (obscenity, nonsense, etc.).
- It has no content (may include only headers or external links).
- It is not encyclopedic (may be an essay, personal opinion, polemic, directory, etc.)
- It is not directly relevant to the Orthodox Church.
- It is non-notable (i.e., not important enough to history to be included in an encyclopedia).
- It duplicates an existing article.
- It is in a user's personal userspace who has requested deletion.
- There is a consensus of editors and sysops that the article is inappropriate or unnecessary.