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Old 12 October 2003, 15:17   #21
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Hej;

Skicka ett mail till mig så ska jag hjälpa dig lite till med några saker som jag tycker du borde tänka på innan du köper ny båt.
Såg att du inte har lagt ut din mail på ribnet.

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Old 12 October 2003, 16:12   #22
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Hej;

Skicka ett mail till mig så ska jag hjälpa dig lite till med några saker som jag tycker du borde tänka på innan du köper ny båt.
Såg att du inte har lagt ut din mail på ribnet.

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Come on Petrov this is an open forum lets have this in English

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Old 13 October 2003, 03:25   #23
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ok

Here is the translation: send me a mail so we can talk even more about your plans in Norway, you have`nt your e-mail on the forum so i can`t mail you.

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I dunno , i guess they could go international if they wished, it doesn't bother me unless I see the words Wavehumper and versaten in the same sentence
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Britt is Danish so I am very familiar with Scandinavian swearwords. Versatten is a word never far from her lips
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it`s not scandinavian but maybe dutch/flamish, in danish it`s "for satan" and on Swedish it`s "för satan" and norweigan something in between.
Scandinavian languages are coming from german and is also very similiar to dutch/flamish, actually my wife is also danish.

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Scandinavian languages

Hang on a minute...

..and about as O.T. as you can go here..
so I will not post again on this...don't worry...;-)

There's more to Scanian languages than German ancestry...;-)
German is only part of it..and quite recent at that..800 B.C. or so...
..or with the words of the great Australian Patrick White..(roughly, from memory from "The Tree of Life"
..when you speak of history, you must accept the limits of that choice..

l8r ;-)

Also:
Among those books of the Hebrew Scriptures written before 300 BCE, the term "satan" (root word "s'tn") appears often. The word is derived from the original Hebrew verb "satan" which means "to oppose." The Septuagint translation of the Hebrew Scriptures into Greek was widely used in the early Christian church. They translated "satan" as "diaboloc" from which we derive our English term "devil" and "diabolic.
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thank`s

for help houser, some swedish words on rib net and i get a lot of bla bla bla from the guys across the north sea, ha ha.
Do you know wich language versatten is?

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My wife's name is Britt so perhaps it's Brittish! From time to time I am also a cloewnhoond
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