User talk:Miroku Sanna

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Why did you do remove "8 hourly" from this table at Co-amoxiclav ? [1] --85.76.35.164 16:32, 27 December 2005 (UTC)[reply]

  • Hmm, I'm not sure. I think it might have been that "8 hourly" is sorta ambiguous between "eight every hour" and "once every eight hours", but I think that if that were the case then I would have just changed it to the correct one.
    • Okay, well being it's quite unclear right now, I'll revert it. Thanks --85.76.35.157 13:44, 29 December 2005 (UTC)[reply]


Adam Golsby 3/10/06 Français V 5e heure Un Rapport sur L’Édit de Milan L’Édit de Milan, c’est le document qui permit les Chrétiens de pratiquer sa religion. Il était signé en 313 par Constantin 1, empereur de l’Empire Romain en l’ouest, et par Licinius, empereur de l’Empire en l’est. Il y a une idée fausse commune que l’Edit était motivé par les politiques, et voulait gagner l’aide des Chrétiens pour permettre Constantin de maintenir son pouvoir. Ça n’est pas vrai. Pendant il serait stupide d’escompter un motif politique, à cause de la brillance politique de Constantin, les Chrétiens étaient un group petit démographiquement. Si on ait été gagner son soutien, il n’aurait pas un effet grande. Il eut un effet monumental sur le monde, car sans l’Edit, il était possible que l’Eglise Chrétien n’existerait pas.

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