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  1. Enter your name
    #48
    In Poland ther should be NIE
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  2. Enter your name
    thats right, in Polish language ther should be NIE
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  3. yupoland
    I think those are translations for something more like „none”, than „no”. And then „brak” is the best choice :)
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  4. j b
    The Norwegian, Danish and Swedish translations are certainly from "no", not from "none"
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  5. Alien1214
    He forgot Greek : Yes is "Ne" and No is "Oy"
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  6. loomy
    seriously? it's hard to believe cuz Aye (pronounced Oi) is yes in british :) and Ne is No in czech or slovak.. you are weird :D
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  7. maddie
    In Romanian no is "nu" not "nr." ...

    And your google translator might have translated as Nr. since Nr. is short for number in English...Number - No. and Romanian Numar - Nr. Try reverse translation to see the difference ;)
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  8. random avatar
    #77 Hi Art
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  9. Arturchik
    Hi, random avatar.
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  10. random avatar
    Oh - that's you in #77 - yikes!
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  11. Arturchik
    No-no. =) But this guy is pretty normal xD.
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  12. ptpie
    good set
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  13. sharo
    ok...who scientist made #48 ..........

    this symbol - " № " means "NUMBER"
    It doesn't mean NO ...its means "NUMBER"....
    and for "NO" is "NE" with latin letters
    or "НЕ" with cyrillic letters
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  14. DarkWolf
    #15 - <3 - but old.
    #41 - Girl on the right looks like the girl who was in American Horror Story
    #88 - He who controls the spice..
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  15. bryn
    NIE in Polish
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  16. Fenrisulven
    #48 The Indo-European linguistic relationships are quite clear in this one.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indo-European_languages
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  17. KiNoNe
    cool
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  18. Nezumi
    #52 "I have the weirdest boner right now"
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  19. Enter your name
    "NU" in Romanian....not Nr.
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  20. loomy
    more about #74 - kiss of death:
    http://www.kuriositas.com/2012/03/kiss-of-death.html
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  21. orendadude
    Good.
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