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I've just noticed that someone has suggested tag wiki edits for these two tags and they are (of course) identical.

has 51 questions

has 131 questions - so I guess this should be the master.

I don't have the rep to suggest the link myself.

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Retagging teambuild to team-build isn't appropriate than adding synonyms? – YOU Apr 6 '11 at 11:23
@YOU - not really. There are 51 posts to edit and it won't stop someone recreating teambuild later on. Having it as a synonym fixes both problems in one go. – ChrisF Apr 6 '11 at 11:25
Imm, there is a one shot retag function for moderators, isn't it? but I think you are right for latter case. – YOU Apr 6 '11 at 11:26
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There is now a synonym, and the tags have been merged into

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It's annoying that I couldn't suggest the synonym myself. I understand the limitation on having up-votes in the tags concerned but some are so obvious it would be nice if it was a 20K privilege. – ChrisF Apr 6 '11 at 12:12

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