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In English Language and Usage is possible to close a question because it is a "general reference."
That closing reason would apply for Drupal Answers too.

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The "general reference" close reason is being rolled out on a very limited basis and only on a few sites which have shown it to be a problem. You would have to make a strong case that wide-spread, unwelcomed questions are being asked that can easily be found on sites like dictionary.com, imdb.com, or the opening paragraph of Wikipedia.

In the meantime, if you hare seeing questions which are not being asked in good faith, closing as [not a real] question should serve your needs.

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