Welcome to my humble user page. Bienvenue chez moi. Please feel free to look around, and if you'd like to chat, just leave me a message on my talk page.
- 1 Mes langues / my languages
- 2 Working on...
- 3 Seeking...
- 4 Reaching me...
- 5 Photo Galleries
Mes langues / my languages
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These you can see in the box to the right... and I am proud to be able to order a beer in German, Spanish and Japanese, as well, but I don't know how to ask where the toilet is in any of them — which can cause problems:( But I can say "hello" in all of them!
Notez-bien que mon français écrit est beaucoup moins que parfait. En étant anglo-québécois, je suis fier de parler les langues de mon peuple, mais mes liasons, mes tenses, et mon orthographie peuvent être mélangé — comme vous pouvez voire. (Et surtout les gendres - quelle horreur!) Vous trouveriez parfois des anglicismes et du "franglais" parmi mes "scribblages" (voyez!) aussi. Et biens, quoi-faire? Soyez, je vous en prie, patient(e) avec moi.
My primary projects are all the English Wikipedia. My main projects thus far have been on starting/reworking/adding to:
- An article on anatomical terms of location
a comparative article on the glansDone. an article on the 5th Battalion Canadian Mounted RiflesDone.
- The article on the Second Battle of Ypres.
None is yet completed. As well, I have started an article (still a stub, alas) on Les Brayons, and have contributed editorial content to several articles, and an image to one other.
Several images, including:
- Photographs of 1 man and 1 woman in the anatomical position, against a neutral background - high resolution, front, back and from about a 30 deg. angle to the camera. These are for inclusion in the anatomical terms of location article.
- A flag of the mytho-historical Republic of Madawaska, for inclusion in the article of the same name, my article on Les Brayons, and probably the article on the Aroostook War. 
- A map, showing the aforementioned Republic of Madawaska, for use in same.
So, got a pic I can use? Know where I can find one? Just wanna chat? Leave a message on my discussion page here (above), or on the one with the same username on the English Wikipedia, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. All the best to you all - mes sentiments les meilleurs, Esseh 11:18, 15 April 2007 (UTC)
So you can see I am actualy contributing something, below are some of my images:
For anatomical terms of location
Directional axes in a human. Insert your photo here... please!
For Second Battle of Ypres
For Fifth Battalion Canadian Mounted Rifles
World War II
General Sir Bernard Montgomery (eighth from left) and with Lieutenant-General Guy Simonds (ninth from left) at 2nd Canadian Corps Headquarters in the Normandy bridgehead, France, 20 July 1944". Photo and text from Library/Archives Canada. Photo by Lt. Donald I. Grant.
For article on glans
Diagram of longitudinal (frontal) section of human glans penis, showing location of encapsulated sensory receptors (in green). (After Cold & McGrath, 1999.)
Diagram of longitudinal (sagittal) section of human glans penis, showing location of encapsulated sensory receptors (in green). (After Cold & McGrath, 1999.)
Gliese 581 c.JPG
Position of planet Gliese 581 c, with respect to theoretical habitable zone.