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Using a noun as the subject of a sentence is perfectly acceptable, especially when that sentence is essentially a statement of definition. In this case, the first sentence answers the question, "What is autocephaly?" —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) (B.A. English, NCSU, '01) 17:53, November 21, 2005 (CST)

It does seem to want to be in quotation marks, though, for status: "on" is the status of the light switch. Is there a different way to phrase the sentence? —magda (talk) 20:18, November 21, 2005 (CST)
Yes, quite likely. I'm not at all in especially love with "Autocephaly is the status..." —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 20:22, November 21, 2005


I reverted the recent edit because it seemed mainly non-encylopedic, i.e., it was making an argument (e.g. "must!", etc.) rather than documenting a state of affairs. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs 07:14, February 27, 2007 (PST)