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#170784 - 10/22/07 12:03 PM Re: Hare and rabbit [Re: of troy]
Loc: Netherlands, the Hague
.> its dialect is the closest to english.. <.
Our Collegue above is the expert to that.
New Dorp village seems to lie asleep under the parking space. But still, thanks for showing New Dorp.
zmjezhd, of course I'm happy with the details about the Frysk language but I would be also seriously interested in your vieuw on the misnomering issue.
Ever stood eye to eye with a hare accidently? You would never more call him/her rabbit after that.
Edited by BranShea (10/22/07 12:38 PM)
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