(13)... In Portuguese, it's more complicated, because the "linden" tree doesn't exist in Brazil, but it does in Portugal, so there is a native word: "tília". You
Goyta' F. Villela Jr.
(4)Here are a few semi-random observations that might have influenced the reasoning, though I disclaim any specific knowledge of the answer: 1.) In the early 20th
Lowell G. McManus
(3)Thanks so much Matthias! This is excellent and very helpful. Luckily, I can read German fairly well. Cheers Dallen From: firstname.lastname@example.org
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