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Do we still delete "demonstrably wrong" answers?

I recently asked an answer-specific question, Why is this clearly wrong answer "Looks OK"?, followed by a post on the main meta, Can we have more options for low-quality reviews?, an answer ...
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Repeat no-effort answers, Looks OK or Delete?

As an example, which does happen every now and again, this answer: It is a one-liner that was posted four hours after two back-to-back answers, and ...
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An incomplete or interdependent answer

Here is an answer by jpe61 that was flagged as low quality. I strongly considered rejecting the flag, given the number of upvotes, until I looked at the question body. When I recommended deletion, he ...
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Please don't edit from the review pages

What's the problem? From What are the guidelines for reviewing?: (...) Keep in mind that editing within the queue will be a unilateral Looks OK vote, so be careful with edits that just make minor ...
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Condescending comments and answers

This question in particular Can you request a new squawk code if you don’t like the one being assigned? It seems that the person's superstition and belief is being questioned and answer more than the ...
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How do I flag as "low quality"?

In answer to this question about Low Quality flags, I was told that these flags are user generated, not system generated. I took a look at the list of flags available (to me, at least), and I don't ...
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Why did a nearly 2 year old answer suddenly get flagged as "Low Quality"?

This answer from Oct '18 (nearly 2 years ago as of today, Sept 18, 2020) just showed up in the review queue as "Potentially low quality because of its length and content." For 2 years, it's ...
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For planes, do we need an up-to-date fleet count in the tag wikis?

I just rejected two edit suggestions: reject reason: linked wiki articles are enough for this type of always-changing information ...
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How can we best tackle the reviewing discrepancy?

To start off, I'll borrow something @DanHulme said in chat a while back: "Review votes" aren't supposed to be a democratic decision about whether each post individually should be allowed. They're ...