Talk:Gulf of Anadyr

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The most specific information still sourced to EB is Cape Navarin as demarcation — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dankarl (talkcontribs) 01:20, 1 April 2013‎

As I said in the history WP:PROVEIT (using an inline citation) -- PBS (talk) 17:00, 1 April 2013 (UTC)

───────────────────────── {{unreferenced}} is the correct template as {{No footnotes}} assumes that one wishes to use footnotes when other forms of in-line citations are equally valid (and further the wording in the template "no footnotes" is broken -- see its talk page). However rather than arguing about what is or is not the right footnote, why not provide inline citations to back up you assertion that "5he most specific information still sourced to EB is Cape Navarin as demarcation"? -- PBS (talk) 15:39, 2 April 2013 (UTC)