I admit I'm not overly familiar with how these banners work, but I was reading "What is the word that is used to describe the oversimplification or non-academic discussion of a complex issue?" and noticed that the question and many of the answers have a banner stating:
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The question looks fine to me. The top answer, which also has a banner, looks great: it suggests a word, provides a definition sourced from a legitimate dictionary, and includes a link to a source.
I'm also quite confused about what the banner is even trying to say. The bolded part seems to be implying that the banner is specifically about editing an existing question or answer. The rest of it, which I would expect to be supporting information, seems to be completely unrelated, and reminds me of the guidance that used to be posted on top of high traffic questions that were attracting low quality answers. That aside, the unbolded text seems to be providing guidance for new answers. Put together, bolded 'heading' and unbolded support, they make no sense.
What is this banner trying to say, and was it really necessary it include it six times on the page? It's highly distracting. (And oddly enough, the much lower quality answers ranked lower don't have it.)