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I reverted your edit in Humanoid Cylon speculation, containing the derivation of Dualla's name. That information has no place in the speculation article and should go into Anastasia Dualla's own article. The text you added is included below:

Her first name was finally revealed in the episode, "Final Cut" in an on screen caption during her documentary interview.
"Anastasia" means "resurrection" in Greek. The last name Dualla may be derived from Latin word Dualis, which means duo or two.
Another definition of the word dual is: something consisting of two parts or elements or having two like parts.

--Catrope 17:08, 23 February 2007 (CST)