Talk:Molieben

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Dcn. Damick, I'm curious. How do you determine what is the most common spelling? I just used what generated the most hits in a Google search using other relevant terms (e.g. Orthodox). You know, a [http://www.googlefight.com/ Googlefight]. [[User:Joe Rodgers|Joe]] 20060116
 
Dcn. Damick, I'm curious. How do you determine what is the most common spelling? I just used what generated the most hits in a Google search using other relevant terms (e.g. Orthodox). You know, a [http://www.googlefight.com/ Googlefight]. [[User:Joe Rodgers|Joe]] 20060116
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: I base such judgments on my memory of having perused untold numbers of service books, but of course I have no stake in it either way.  Whichever is better, a redirect should be made from the other.  FWIW, the Russian term is pronounced /mol-YEB-en/. {{User:ASDamick/sig}} 18:52, January 16, 2006 (CST)

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Dcn. Damick, I'm curious. How do you determine what is the most common spelling? I just used what generated the most hits in a Google search using other relevant terms (e.g. Orthodox). You know, a Googlefight. Joe 20060116

I base such judgments on my memory of having perused untold numbers of service books, but of course I have no stake in it either way. Whichever is better, a redirect should be made from the other. FWIW, the Russian term is pronounced /mol-YEB-en/. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 18:52, January 16, 2006 (CST)
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