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Nie, nie może. Kwestia tylko taka, że należałoby dotrzeć do najlepszego możliwego źrodła, które by potwierdziło, że zdjęcie nie było "klepnięte" (np, podpisane). Ale w przyopadkju takich fotografii zdarzało się to rzadko, więc wsio ok. Masur (talk) 14:10, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
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