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The word "row" can refer to a million different things. In all of the cases I've ever seen, this tag is covered in the title of the question already, describing what the problem is. Alone, the tag means absolutely nothing. It has to have some kind of indicator along with it to describe what they're talking about, such as or . It seems fairly useless and meta-like. Should it be burninated?

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I'm not sure that meta is the right word for the tag. "Noise" might be better. The tag adds no context to the question, nor does it help categorize it. – Charles Jan 16 '12 at 5:42

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