Nemachiyōtīlli:Non-free media rationale

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Non-free / fair use media rationale
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Description

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Source

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Portion used[1]

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Low resolution?[2]

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Purpose of use[3]

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Replaceable?[4]

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Nemachiyōtīlli:Non-free media

  1. How much copyrighted material is used? The amount used must not make the work as a whole less valuable to the copyright holder.
  2. Images must generally be of low resolution. The rule of thumb for raster images is no more than 300 pixels in width or height, which ensures that the image's resolution is less than 0.1 megapixels. If you are using an image of higher resolution, please explain why. If the image is 0.1 megapixels or less, just put "Yes".
  3. How does the media contribute significantly to the article(s) in which it is used? The use of the media must not interfere with the media's original purpose.
  4. Can free media be obtained or created? If not, explain why no free equivalent could reasonably be obtained or created to replace this media.
  5. If applicable, provide any other information that strengthens the claim of fair use.

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