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- You have a point; they can make the wikitext an ugly, confusing mess. They're also pretty useful, and produce good results in the parsed page (once you get all the dependencies resolved), which is why Wikipedia uses them. The alternative is to have to reformat any citations copied between Wikipedia and RationalWiki, which kinda blows. Tisane (talk) 17:50, 10 August 2012 (UTC)