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linked to #247557
linked to #1541824
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Sentence #166945

私[わたし] たち[] の[] 手助け[てだすけ] が[] 必要[ひつよう] です[] か[] 。[]

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Apr 20th 2012, 14:46
Re-established the original English version (it vanished.)
Apr 20th 2012, 16:23
It's strange. 247557 seems to have been deleted, but there's no record of who did it. I wonder if maybe it's a bug in the duplicate merging script that somehow deleted both duplicate sentences. Anyway, I hope that Sysko investigates the matter.
Apr 21st 2012, 00:48
I've found dozens of such unexplained deletions. I think they came from a bulk deletion sysko ran some months back which took out too many. Most he was able to restore, but some slipped through the cracks. I am matching the gaps between the current and former "wwwjdic" ones, which is how I am finding them.
Apr 21st 2012, 06:36
It's great that you're doing this. Obviously though, you won't detect links that have disappeared between sentences that aren't used by wwwjdic. I guess somebody else would have to do this by comparing with old copies of the database and looking for missing links...

I hope there are not too many sentences that were affected.

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