Cnilep is Dr. Chad Nilep, a linguist and a professor at Nagoya University.

Cnilep created the pages Martin Joos, Penelope Eckert, Scott Kiesling, Susan Gal, Kathryn Woolard, Norma Mendoza-Denton, Peter Auer, Florian Coulmas, Willem Levelt, Karen Emmorey, Marina Nespor, Interactional sociolinguistics, Interactional linguistics, Positive anymore, Do-support, Zero-marking in English, and Accidental gap among others and undertook major re-writes of Code-switching, Code mixing, Variety (linguistics), Passive voice, Active voice, and Regional vocabularies of American English.

He started the essay Wikipedia:You must feed the trolls to remind himself that some of what appears to be edit-warring or vandalism on language-related articles actually stems from deeply held and well-intended beliefs.

Cnilep is a member of WikiProject Linguistics.

Chad Nilep created the page ja:井上史雄 on the Japanese-language ウィキペティア, but he does not regularly watch or edit any pages there.


The Citation Barnstar. For all your hard work getting Regional vocabularies of American English up to snuff. Thank you! +Angr, 08:00, 30 May 2009 (UTC) The Guidance Barnstar. For showing the way to the hardest to find reference sources :-) Haruth, 14:37, 4 May 2010 (UTC) New Page Patrol. The WMF, 26 November 2011 The Tireless Contributor Barnstar. For your linguistics articles, I award you this Tireless Contributor barnstar :). Thanks for making new page patrol enjoyable! I've also given you the autopatrolled userright. Ironholds, 23:51, 16 May 2013 (UTC) The Original Barnstar. For numerous and frequent edits of varying sizes. ReconditeRodent, 08:00, 26 May 2013 (UTC) The Copyeditor's Barnstar. For knowing the difference between a redirect and a disambiguation page --evrik, 03:31, 14 December 2013 (UTC) The Barnstar of Good Humor. Pardon my malapropism! Bearian, 14:47, 13 February 2014 (UTC) A beer for you! I agree with your redirect rather than deletion of the Washington Convention article. Thanks. LukasMatt 03:18, 21 April 2014 (UTC) Responsiveness Barnstar—Thanks for taking a look at Orwellian! GentlemanGhost, 06:00, 26 April 2014

noob involved been around veteran seen it all older than the Cabal itself


This is not a definition of orange.

An object is perceived as orange if and only if it reflects or emits visible light of between 590–635 nm wavelength, 510–480 THz frequency.

It is a definition (in the sense of "setting of bounds or limits") of the set of things that are colored orange.

This is a definition (in the sense of "stating exactly what a thing is, or what a word means") of orange.

Orange is a color located between red and yellow on the spectrum of light; it includes visible light of between 590 and 635 nm wavelength, 510 to 480 THz frequency.

This is a definition (in both senses) of orange (in another sense).

The orange is the fruit of various cultivars and species of citrus, especially Citrus × sinensis (sweet orange) and Citrus reticulata (Mandarin orange).



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    • Stanton Wortham (2008) "Linguistic Anthropology of Education", pp. 849-859, Encyclopedia of Language and Education
    • Jan Blommaert, James Collins, Monica Heller (2001) "Discourse and Critique: Part 1", pp. 5-12, Critique of Anthropology doi: 10.1177/0308275X0102100101
    • Jan Blommaert and Chris Bulcaen (2000) "Critical Discourse Analysis", pp. 447-466, Annual Review of Anthropology
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