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What exactly is a valid OAuth domain name for registering your app?

The OAuth Domain is either: A valid domain that you own and control, and that is hosted somewhere the client can reach. Say, for example that you owned unicorns.mil. See this answer and this answer ...
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How to delete apps in StackApps?

You cannot do this. A delete feature has been requested and requested again (with status-planned given about 3.5 years ago). Register your desire for this by immediately upvoting these posts: ...
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My registered apps are not showing in my profile; where can I find them?

You can see your apps, that you registered with the registration page, by going to: stackapps.com/apps/oauth This page is different for every user and you will be forced to log-in to see it. The ...
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I only need a key, what do I do?

When you click the Register link you're presented with this webform: If you're in a hurry and click Register your Application you'll find this error: The fields Name, Description, Website URL and ...
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Can I make a Private Application?

Not only is that possible, but we do it all the time. No one can see the apps you register at stackapps.com/apps/oauth/register except you (and the SE devs). If you don't need OAuth, then you can ...
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What to do with "OAuth Domain" in the registration page for a browser user script?

You're right, this is not very well documented. OAuth Domain is the domain of the URL where users are redirected after authenticating themselves. You specify this URL in redirect_uri parameter of your ...
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