Looking at Wikipedia I noticed that disambiguation pages are only used by default if one use isn't commonly used much more often than another. The disambiguation pages have the "(disambiguation)" suffix but the main title goes to the article that it assumes the user wants.

There are only a few excpetions to that rule. In cases where only a first name is given the name itself will redirect to a disambiguation page without assuming any one person. I think that this should only be a rare case, even though the wiki has currently used this as the norm.

So I'm changing some pages back, adding the suffix and having the main title redirect to the most common use of a title. Let me know what you think about this, but I believe it will work a lot better.

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