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people. died like a dog he died like you coward. died like a dog he died like your cowardly stories the shapes this week rebels are declaring the death to be honest the leader in syria stories the shapes this week rebels are declaring the death of the leader in syria we compare the raid against. barack obama's been lowered an operator we compare the raid against. barack obama has been lowered in operation. against in late again she.
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gets delayed again but the british prime minister finally gets his way over a general election which for most of the british prime minister finally gets his way over a general election which for most will be seen as another referendum on leaving the e.u. . he's seen as another referendum on leaving the e.u. . and an american journalist claims political persecution after his arrest and an american journalist claims political persecution after his arrest for an alleged assault he tells are payback for reporting venezuela and alleged assaults he tells are payback for reporting venezuelan opposition violence. we have been on the forefront of explain violence. we have been on the forefront of. as
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in the us against venezuela now they're trying to steal my freedom posing the us code against venezuela now they're trying to steal my freedom. hello and welcome you watching the weekly here on r.t. international bringing you all the late hello and welcome you're watching the weekly here on r.t. international bringing you all the latest world news along with the stories that shape the week but 1st donald trump's announcement of the death is world news along with the stories that shape the week but 1st donald trump's announcement of the death of i still need abu bakar al baghdadi just over a week ago shook the world but the i still need abu bakar al baghdadi just over a week ago shook the world the terror group passes confirms that clain warning
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america not to be happy or arrogance about terror group passes confirms that clain warning america not to be happy or arrogance about it u.s. presidents of a terrorist detonated a suicide vest during a u.s. raid instances the u.s. presence of a terrorist detonated a suicide vest during a u.s. raid in syria killing himself and his children a brutal killer syria killing himself and his children a brutal killer one who has caused so much hardship and death. one who has caused so much hardship and death has violently been eliminated he died like a dog has violently been eliminated he died like a dog he died like a coward destroying video purports to show the aftermath he died like a coward. this joint video purports to show the aftermath of the u.s.
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operation the compound is located in italy province the last rebel held of the u.s. operation the compound is located in italy province the last rebel held foothold in syria our senior correspondent mark gaseous looks into the similarities and foothold in syria now a senior correspondent mark gasnier of looks into the similarities of the u.s. raid against bank donaghy and president a bomb is bin laden operation but the u.s. raid against bank donaghy and president a bomb is bin laden operation on asleep at this point it's turning into whack a mole all on asleep at this point it's turning into whack a mole whack a terrorist it's like an initiation now for american presidents the whack a terrorist it's like an initiation now for american presidents to kill the biggest the baddest guy you cad and take a really cool kill the biggest the baddest guy you cad and take a really cool photo. the united states.
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the united states brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice and brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice of move a car i'll bet daddy is dead i've moved a car i'll bet daddy is dead. the united states of. the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden the leader of al qaeda has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden the leader of al qaeda. and a terrorist who's responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men and a terrorist who's responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men women and
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children deja vu doesn't do this just this big women and children deja vu doesn't do this just this big bad bin laden hiding out in pakistan a friendly nation the big bad bin laden hiding out in pakistan a friendly nation that washington liberally sprinkles with billions in aid big by washington liberally sprinkles with billions in aid big bad bug duggy i did not an easy lib bastion of us support at baghdadi i did not and even lib bastion of us supported rebels which up until 2017 washington liberally wanted rebels which up until 2017 washington liberally supplied with guns ammunition and missiles. supplied with guns ammunition and missiles it is the last
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a major rebel stronghold in the north of syria the last rebels the last a major rebel stronghold in the north of syria the last rebel stronghold of in them one of the last remaining areas in western syria that they are on hold of in that one of the last remaining areas in western syria that the government does not control both terror honchos were given the same burial said government does not control booth terror honchos were given the same burial ceremony with the same rights baguette his remains were buried it's the ceremony with the same rights baguette his remains were buried it's the in accordance with the law of armed conflict within 24 hours of his death of somebody in accordance with a law of armed conflict within 24 hours of his death some of it a lot. corpse was taken by the troops to the aircraft carrier the u.s.s. carl vinson his corpse was taken by the troops to the aircraft carrier the u.s.s. carl vinson he was buried at sea according to muslim tradition he was
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buried at sea according to muslim tradition of kools 7 things classified new pictures new proof that it was the mission of kools 7 things classified new pictures new proof that it was the men they claim to have killed just would also here were men they claim to have killed just would also he were dogs the dog that helped sniff out bin laden and the dogs the dog that helped sniff out bin laden and the pooch who knew referred to even them in great light and died at the. border with a child on the ha ha well in good the great click bait for the tabloids but the timing all well and good the great click bait for the tabloids but the timing in both cases a year before elections to kill the biggest baddest in both cases
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a year before elections to kill the biggest the baddest 0 guy you can add is going to get voters and you aside right the guy you cad has got to get voters and you aside write the fee to come up the aisle. it'd probably obvious of to school that they did and problem is of course they didn't 8 years since bin laden's death was since beef in law and his death if caught. and kicking with their own mini caliphate didn't even live where they were hosting peking with their own mini caliphate didn't even live where they were hosting the leader. of isis is a province just the largest al qaeda say the leader of isis is a province just the largest al qaeda safe haven since $911.00 killing bin laden
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didn't stop al qaeda the arguably even since 911 killing bin laden didn't stop al qaida they arguably grew since then now a week after trump of baghdadi grew since then now a week after trump off the baghdadi isis has already proclaimed the new key live but hey at least isis has already proclaimed the new key live but hey at least both a bomb and trump got absolutely blood that pictures to both a bomb and trump got absolutely blood that pictures totally commanders in chief. commanders in chief. it was supposed to be a treat for many in britain this thursday as the u.k. was due to leave the euro place supposed to be a treat for many in britain this thursday as the u.k. was due to leave the european union on october 31st halloween however thanks to
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parliamentary tricks the body a new union on october 31st halloween however thanks to parliamentary tricks boris johnson was forced to ask for another extension to the braggs it deadline with the patellar stance and was forced to ask for another extension to the braggs it deadline with the potential of a no deal departure now removed opposition parties are finally agreed to a snap election of a no deal departure now removed opposition parties are finally agreed to a snap election general election next month workers summed up the saga over action general election next month workers summed up the saga over. which has hit its hollow we brags it deadline. has hit its hollow we brags it deadline i mean case you haven't noticed the u.k. hasn't left the european union a good case you haven't noticed the u.k. hasn't left the european union again they've called
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a general election instead it's fair to say that for many they've called a general election instead it's fair to say that for many here in britain brags it is now a joke ever since the country voted to me here in britain brags it is now a job ever since the country voted to leave the e.u. back in 26 the u.k.'s internet users leave the e.u. back in 2016 the u.k.'s internet users have been trying to console themselves through the 5 stages have been trying to console themselves through the 5 stages of grief denial when the braggs it was all was for us. of grief denial when the brags that was all it was fast announced even the queen was confused the british keep us denounced even the queen was confused the british people have voted to leave the european union great she said the people.
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will have to leave the european union great she said the people here. and then there was the time that everyone realized that i doubt and then there was the time that everyone realized that adele song was about bread as it. was about bread as it. and brags it wary. and brags it werry journalists started talking about the most important meal of the day instead the journalist started talking about the most important meal of the day instead she will say that breaks it means breakfast breaks it until it breaks it means breakfast and you she
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will say that breaks it means breakfast breaks it until it breaks it means breakfast and you keep the breaks right 1st we will make breakfast. breaks right 1st we will make breakfast breakfast a success. after denial that was anger but for success. after denial that was anger best summed up by john bracco trying to keep a lid on parliamentary proceed summed up by john bracco trying to keep a lid on parliamentary proceedings or to. see. 6 what i'm doing. you know what i'm doing 6 6. i want it was time to officially trigger article 50 that. i want it
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was time to officially trigger article 50 that's that letter telling brussels that the u.k. really does want that divorce well the and the letter telling brussels that the u.k. really does want that divorce well the analogy is well priceless. let's use well priceless. then there was bargaining when. then there was bargaining when terrorism a made trip off to trip to brussels trying to get herself a bregman to resume a main trip off the trip to brussels trying to get herself a brags it deal off to advance the own set of bragg's it in jews does it deal off
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to advance the own set of bragg's it induced depression that was when brits started coming up with drinking games depression that was when brits started coming up with drinking games just to make things a little more exciting what we need is a bricks and he was just to make things a little more exciting what we need is a bricks and drinking guy it would be so much more interesting if the whole country lined up some shots and took one every drinking it would be so much more interesting that the whole country lined up some shots and took one every time certain words were mentioned going to still searching for the target. the government is still searching for the same solution. the man was like you better take bricks or drink you going to eat a little bit go on. like you better take breaks or drink you going to eat a little bit go on. to resume raise government's vision of
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a successful brags it had become the reason raised government's vision of a successful brags it had become this magical unattainable unicorn polished this magical unattainable unicorn politics it's now basically parents who promise their daughter a unicorn to reason why is presenting the snow basically parents who promise their daughter a unicorn to reason why is presenting them a horse with an oist cream cone glued to which while over in brussels do you a horse with an always cream cone glued to which while over in brussels the u.k.'s inability ringback to get a briggs it deal through parliament turned into ukase inability to get a briggs it deal through parliament turned into existential angst there is a special place in existential angst there is a special place in hell for those promoting bragg's it without
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a plan said donald for those promoting bragg's it without a plan said donald tusk and the guest list is still being finalized. and the guest list is still being finalized according to. those still empty and. there's still empty and it means the lot of space. it means to a lot of places. one man we can bet turse may think will make. one man we can bet to a school may think will make an appearance is britain's new prime minister boris johnson apparently is britain's new prime minister boris johnson.
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with another extension and. with another extension agreed with brussels under a general election on the way the u.k. gets to stay and greg reed with brussels under a general election on the way the u.k. gets to stay and gregg's it in limbo for another few months in fact plagues it pug exit limbo for another few months in fact plagues it purgatory has become the norm for those of us living on these green tree has become the norm for those of us living in these green and pleasant pastures which brings us to the final stage of pleasant pastures which brings us to the final stage of grief and that is except. an american journalist claims the u.s. is trying to steal his freedom and silence him after his recent arrest concerning
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an alleged attack on a woman during protests at the venezuelan embassy in washington in may fall has told r.t. he believes it's linked to his reporting in which he's critical of u.s. support for political change in venezuela. why 5 months after the incident alleged in the court documents and this false charge did i have a team of police officers show up and demand entry to my house and take me to prison for 2 days without access to a lawyer i was told by someone who has very good inside knowledge of this case that a judge already rejected the warrant and i for the last 5 months have been able to walk free i have traveled in and out of the country if there had been a warrant at any point i would have already been arrested furthermore. why didn't they notify me that there was a warrant so i could turn myself in and show up at my own arraignment because i
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have nothing to fear i'm completely innocent i'm not a flight risk why didn't they do that it's an attempt to persecute me for the journalism that we've done at the gray zone because at the gray zone we have been at the forefront of exposing the u.s. against venezuela of exposing one team for the covert and overt u.s. support they've received and for the massive corruption and now they're trying to steal my freedom. police say the woman in question identifying the identify the journalist from a photo she's a supporter of the venezuelan opposition identify the journalist from a photo she's a supporter of the venezuelan position was reporting from outside the venezuelan embassy where the woman claims she was badly beaten. they kicked me pushed me to the 2 of them then they tried to grab me and take me to the passage so i started to pull police for help but they would beat and beaten me. early this year u.s.
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backed opposition leaders in venezuela tried in vain to oust elected president nicolas maduro and their moshing to supporters of the opposition attempted to install themselves in the country's embassy during the tussle for control with pro-government activists the alleged assault took place explain the film's attorney told us more about the political prosecution plan. they decided to arrest him right after the gray zone had republic a story that showed that. and his team were receiving funding from usa id now are those 2 things related it certainly would seem like this is some form of retaliation if you sit in a court for arraignment you'll see 3040 people come up and their cases if it's a simple assault allegedly. will be what's called a no paper the prosecution won't bring a case here we have a dynamic where one individual was arrested in may and now 6 months later.
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they are now bringing a case against max blumenthal on the same matter where i do believe that there are political motives i mean how else does one explain a case but you know is brought 6 months after the fact. you know what was going on in those 6 months prior why did they not bring the case then because there's not evidence this man didn't do this so here we have a journalist on this topic and others who has been critically reporting inconvenient facts about powerful people you know both in the u.s. government and in the u.s. interests and you know it's been reported critically on those which is a journalist is supposed to do and now he's being retaliated against and now you know this is his punishment for speaking out that is what this looks like but we've contacted the prosecutor's office in washington but it's not up on to is with
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a comment yet it's. still to come another nation facing a huge protest movement to take a look at how things are unfolding in iraq after this very short break stay with us . what holds if you should continue to. put themselves on a lot. to get accepted or rejected. so when you interviewed president interim. we still want to be rich. but you'd like to be closer but she wasn't before we're able to get. into st paul's at the water's edge. there should be. you know we
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all take a language that we speak for granted it's like the air that we breeze we don't notice that and the fact most of us believe that we simply perceive reality the way that it is in fact we know after many years of psychological experiments the best narry far from the truth we don't see things just the way that they are instead the world that we think internal world we live in is highly constructed by the structures of our brains but also by the structures of our languages and cultures that tell us how to put things together. welcome back here to antigovernment protests continuing to buffet a raucous kohls growth for a radical overhaul of the country's sectarian political system and the capital baghdad demonstrators have been blocking major roads and burning tires for some government offices and businesses to close major rallies have also been taking
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place in the. when she's predominantly shiite south we focus destruction transport networks in the bachelor iraq's government is accused of endemic corruption and of showing an inability to resolve the country's economic problems and provide for its citizens basic needs adding to the anger it has also launched a violent crackdown on demonstrators doing over $250.00 since the uprising began. to love all of the university students in baghdad taking part in this protest it's for our countrymen also most of the people here are deeply patriotic. these protests are sending a message if our demands are not mad we will hold even bigger demonstrations. lead the people decide for themselves but the people form the government please. people are protesting and so the government should resign everyone is taking to the streets students young people the elderly when everyone is in the streets.
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let's find out now across live to middle east expert a risk that maybe can help explain to our viewers why it is that 16 years after the overthrow of saddam hussein the situation is so dire for so many iraqis. well you know the doesn't act is that you do who are 'd spread corruption in iraq this is something which. these iraqi citizens have complained of time and again you know i've visited iraq on numerous occasions and this has been a common complaint that you know the people are stealing money people are still in iraq's wealth you have to remember that there's a lot of a lot of resources in iraq iraq is a very rich country you know. the resources you have how the. really just shrines which will also a huge source of income so iraq should be a prosperous nation and if you take all those doctors in mind you know its economic
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strengths the your revenue it's as i said a religious tourist source place where many sheet of pilgrims going to visit so iraq does indeed suffer from this problem now some people might ask is there going to be foreign to that shit you know foreign intervention is always a possibility but i think that any foreign role would basically be taken advantage but. there is it has to be said there is a problem which is. you know imbedded or implanted and that is the corruption which has come about ever since of don't to say it was toppled from power we have this problem which the iraqi people have been suffering through that have had these huge demonstrations but how likely is it that the protesters demands will be heard and there will be an eye of the whole of the post 2003 sectarian system. well you know it's certainly interesting question this security system in iraq isn't that old i
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mean it's was put in place after the towplane of so don't say so we're talking about you know 2000 people it wasn't school so it isn't a whole system like it isn't level by the way a level 6 there and system is much much older and in $7011.00 or no protests escalating or something tonight but going back to iraq. i still think that it would be quite a difficult process to get rid of the security system you know our tower is divided between a shia ours and some news and that system which was placed by the americans had by paul bremer. i think it will be difficult to be put in place and i think it also might be difficult for the protests this whole sorry it's all the those in power dealing elite to meet the demands of the people some demands might be met some demands rates are too corruption related to economic reforms and those demands
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could possibly be met and when it comes to changing or carrying out a little hole in the system you know sectarian war is it making it one nation where there are some just sick very differences i think that is quite a difficult task and be something be sold or not. really sticks but only risk thank you for your time. was donald trump's former national security adviser pushed into pleading guilty to lying to the f.b.i. in $27.00 tane where u.s. federal prosecutors have refuted those claims but michael flynn's new legal team claim evidence against him had been manipulated flynn how did ms tippett right misrepresenting conversations it had with russia's u.s. ambassador at the time and was prosecuted as part of the investigation into suppose that russian meddling.
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michael flynn lied to the f.b.i. flynn is a proven liar practice liar michael flynn is a liar why did the f.b.i. lawyer general flynn casualty number one of the russia gate saga is calling out the f.b.i. he claims they changed the wording of his responses to their questioning and did so to arrest him we also have information that the agents did manipulate the 3 o 2 you know it was long in a quote deliberative state as they called it which is highly unusual in a novice self we have taxes exhibit 11 to our document the comparison of the february 10th and february 11th. that show the addition of substantial additional claims that were not in there before and are not supported by the notes. the f.b.i. uses 30 tuesday keep an official record of their interviews in flynn's case the
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form was used by the f.b.i. to claim he lied but did he really it's not so clear anymore flynn's defense team just released a court documents suggesting something very different happened that the f.b.i. actually significantly changed the meaning of what he actually said. the f.b.i. wanted to know if len had ever discussed sanctions with the russian ambassador he said he wasn't sure he had spoken to many investors and didn't really keep a tally although the record showed he said this. flynn stated he did not the narrative of flynn the liar was born but that wasn't the only problem with the interview some of which were there from the get go. the f.b.i. wanted to send agents into the white house itself to interview senior official you would work through the white house counsel and the discussions and approvals and it
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would be there and i thought it's early enough to send a couple guys over so who did call me sundown over agent peter strock who was fired for sending messages to his f.b.i. girlfriend funny enough it's those messages that shed some light on how flynn's 3 o 2 was apparently tampered with a major edits and summoned to joe i also emailed you the 3 o 2 a live this was proven to be a lie it was a set up and there is an investigation that is going on by attorney use the f.b.i. for political purposes in order to manipulate or to target certain people like michael flynn by using countries like russia and others as scapegoats as enemies of the people as as those not to be trusted all of this was set up in order to harm political opponents and these notes that were typed up later were altered in edited even so much so that the written word in it was altered later it would be as if
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somebody say you are either normal person was questioned by police officers about a robbery and you say i did not commit this robbery but instead the officer writes down they committed the robbery and then you have to go before a judge and argue that your statements weren't lies within the notes of the officer that's what this case is talking about that's why this is so important. thank you for joining us here on c international and i think you can have your say on all of our stories by following us on social media and if you comments that we're back in 30 minutes with the latest so you go. is your media a reflection of reality. in a world transformed. what will make you feel safe.
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alone welcome to worlds apart the limits of my language mean the limits of my world the loss of our living. in 920 why then the following century of booming linguistic studies have only confirmed that if our language is indeed shapeless as much as we think we shape them do we ever really speak our mind well to discuss that i'm now joined by letter but i didn't ski associate professor of cognitive science at the university of california san diego professor bard it's a pleasure and honor to talk to thank you very much for your time thanks so much for having me now i know that you have long been studying the relationship with the mind through language and the world around us and i think you come to some very humbling conclusions as much as real like to see ourselves as the masters of our thought and our boards it works in the opposite direction to our language shape
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our experience in some very profound ways how does that work well of course we all have many years of experience speaking a language and we absorb so many habits and so many important structures from the language each human language is exquisitely structured there are about 7000 languages and all of that experience of speaking the language hearing the language around you and trains your mind to focus on some things and not others there's always potentially an infant. it said of things you could notice about the world you could potentially try to remember about the world and language streamlet and to think about only some of those things to focus on only those things that the people before us who built the language over many generations those things they thought were most important those things got built into the language and so now those are the things that we tend to focus on and the structures that we tend to conform and the heat works also in very subtle ways we do not necessarily we kind of
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appropriate to ourselves to our own free will but without necessarily realizing that there are forces that imposing certain structures on ourselves you know we all take the language that we speak for granted it's like the air that we breathe we don't notice it and in fact most of us believe that we simply perceive reality the way that it is in fact we know through many years of psychological experiments so that's very far from the truth we don't see things just the way that they are instead the world that we the internal world we live in is highly constructed by the structures of our brains but also by the structures of our languages and cultures that tell us how to put things together you often talk about this symbiotic and reinforcing relationship with bin language and culture and it's very hard for me personally to resist thinking about that relationship in cheek in that terms enough to sort of struggling with it for some time i wonder if it's actually a fitting metaphor or not in terms of what comes 1st but in terms of how the to
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encapsulate reproduce one another yeah so i think of language as a part of culture language is a really good way to make a part of culture very long term and universally distributed so if i make something like dramatically gender a part of the language well all speakers of that language are going to have to use that structure it's not going to be optional if you're speaking russian you can't just speak russian and not use grammatical gender no one's going to recognize you as a real russian. speaker and so it becomes something less than universally distributed through the culture and then of the languages can lose genders can add genders that process is going to have to take a very long time whereas other cultural practices can come and go much more fluidly and may only affect some portions of the motley but how far do you extrapolate from that relationship the fact that english and to some extent russian have both added to their.
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