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    Saw it just now and tried it out:
    "-suzy sells sea shells at the sea shore!" Not so difficult!

    One for you;" O rato roeu a roupa do rei de Roma" (The mouse gnaved the clothes of the king of Rome). The "R" is pronounced like the English "h", as in "have".

    Crumb cake must be the German "Streuselkuchen".

    Orange cake.
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    hah danik! that jumbled up in my mouth straight away!

    I have an old colleague who married a Brazilian and speaks Portuguese, i'll have to share that with him.

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    I used it with students sometimes,bounty.

    Gold county.

    By the way, how are your animals? It must be very cold up there.
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    re: Gold Country... cooling - no snow nor freezing weather here yet... maybe snow down to 4000 feet (~1200 m) elevation... we're about half that. Deer thicker than retail thieves; wife nearly hit a full sized bear while driving on our local highway 193... Kitties: Tinker Bell & Rosie doing fine with Rosie spending less time outdoors

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    we've had a fair amount of snow but thankfully not too cold. my neighbors ducks are still eeking out a living on my pond. the lady across the road has started putting food out and I see the daily procession of deer and turkeys. I started feeding the birds on my front porch, which means my homeless cat spritzer is temporarily banned from the outside. ive caught three mice (and need to catch a 4th) in the past week and relocated them to a sheltered place in the woods and left them plenty of food and material to make a nest with.

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    tailor and bounty,

    i see, tailor, thanks.Glad to know that winter isn't so grim so far and all animals are well off.
    Spritzer, Rosie and Tinker Bell are a special chapter.
    Hungry bears on the highway must be a danger indeed. But so are the our downtown thieves who stone the car windows to get the cell phones of the drivers.

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    five to six inches of snow tonight danik---that makes it tougher for the outdoor critters. ive done really good at feeing the birds, but I have a collection of food for other critters that I could do a much better job of putting out.

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    the flour brand or the Olympic award

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    gold nugget
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    Gold mine
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    mine shaft

    which is maybe how you get to the gold mine to find the gold nugget in order to fashion the gold medal and the gold ring!

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    Lol! Quite true, bounty!

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