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|Top||Subject is extremely important, even crucial, to its specific field. Reserved for subjects that have achieved international notability within their field.||Australia|
|High||Subject is extremely notable, but has not achieved international notability, or is only notable within a particular continent.||Manchester United F.C.|
|Mid||Subject is only notable within its particular field or subject and has achieved notability in a particular place or area.||0.999...|
|Low||Subject is not particularly notable or significant even within its field of study. It may only be included to cover a specific part of a notable article.||Chrono Cross|
|Bottom||Subject is of the lowest level of relevance or significance to its field of study.||International Cricket|
|No||Subject is of no relevance or significance to its field of study. Generally applies to non-article pages in the main namespace, such as redirects and disambiguation pages.||100 (comics)|
|NA||Subject importance is not applicable. Generally applies to non-article pages such as redirects, categories, templates, etc.||Category:Palms|
|???||Subject importance has not yet been assessed.||n/a|
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