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- Is the article's subject acceptable for Wikipedia?
- Is the article's subject notable and does the article establish that notability?
- Does the article cite its sources?
- Does the article avoid violating copyright?
- Is the article written from a neutral point of view?
If the answer to all of these questions is 'yes', your article has a good chance of being accepted by the community. If not, your article may be radically revised or even deleted. Once you've created it, you can list it at Wikipedia:Requests for feedback if you'd like to get feedback on your new creation.
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