Figure: A leech alert raised for an item that has already been forgotten 23 times. This makes for an intractable leech that requires rewording, or using mnemonic techniques. In this case, the user needs to either look for ways to represent proboscis in his memory, or to give up the word altogether, e.g. on the grounds of its low use frequency in English. This particular example comes from a preschooler's collection and the item can safely be deleted as too advanced, or just delayed by 1-3 years
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|11:20, 19 April 2009||501 × 553 (49 KB)||WikiSysop||A Leech Alert raised for an item that has already been forgotten 7 times which qualifies it as an intractable one requiring user's attention and action|
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