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25th Mar '15 11:59:38 AM clone799
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25th Mar '15 8:09:46 AM esq263
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20th Mar '15 7:03:58 AM GastonRabbit
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Missed a dash (it's easier to type two hyphens in a row to make it, instead of digging through Character Map)
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20th Mar '15 7:01:47 AM GastonRabbit
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High German is generally just known as German in English (unless the need to distinguish it from Low German arises)
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20th Mar '15 6:58:22 AM GastonRabbit
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Low German is more closely related to English than Dutch. Low German and English are Ingvaeonic languages while Dutch is not.
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10th Mar '15 4:09:28 AM kennygonemad
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adding to the confusion surounding how to reference liquor stores across english speaking nations
7th Mar '15 9:48:10 PM plcthecd
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Adding stuff since I'm Korean too.
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2nd Mar '15 2:05:43 PM Murataku
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24th Feb '15 7:13:07 AM hbi2k
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The insect version is common in the U.S. as well.
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23rd Feb '15 8:36:37 PM Hugpocalypse
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