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 ====== Asterisk Method ====== ====== Asterisk Method ======
  
-The so-called "​asterisk method"​ is used by some alternate historians, notably [[offtopic:​Jared]],​ as a way of speaking (or rather typing) during timeline discussion to convey that an alternate equivalent of a given country, movement, people, etc., either has the same name as its OTL counterpart but is significantly different, or that it is (almost) identically named but //not// the same as its OTL counterpart.+The so-called "​asterisk method"​ is used by some alternate historians, notably [[offtopic:​Jared]],​ as a way of speaking (or rather typing) during timeline discussion to convey that an alternate equivalent of a given country, movement, people, etc., either has the same name as its [[OTL]] counterpart but is significantly different, or that it is (almost) identically named but //not// the same as its OTL counterpart.
  
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