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Happy new year-2005 to all prozians!
Thread poster: PRAKAASH

PRAKAASH  Identity Verified
India
Local time: 16:48
Member (2007)
English to Hindi
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Dec 31, 2004

All Dear Prozians,

What a naked truth god has shown us this year with a disaster that has happened in ASIAN sea at the end of this year.

For the coming year, I may hope that god will bless us with PEACE and prosperity.

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OF YOU!

PRAKAASH

Prakash Sharma

Freelance Translator of Nepali, Hindi, Sanskrit and English to four of the same.

prakaasharmaa@rediffmail.com

+977 56 530738


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Mary Lalevee  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 12:18
French to English
Best wishes for 2005 Dec 31, 2004

Best wishes to you Prakash and to everyone.

Mary

[Edited at 2004-12-31 18:49]


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Сергей Лузан
Russian Federation
Local time: 14:18
German to Russian
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Best wishes for 2005 Dec 31, 2004

Dear PRAKAASH!
Best wishes to you. I was just writing a letter to Bangladesh where I used to work for 3 months. Hope everything will go better in the region in cpming 2005.
Good luck!


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Maria Luisa Duarte  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 13:18
English to Portuguese
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Happy New Year 2005 Dec 31, 2004

To you and all proz collegues also my best wishes for 2005 HAPPY NEW YEAR.
MLD



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Spaniards rush to devour 12 grapes at the start of the new year,eating one with each chime of the clock.

Peruvians swallow the grapes whole while sitting underneath a table. They also wear yellow underwear.

Brazilians from Rio de Janeiro gather at beaches and plunge into the ocean at midnight bearing offerings of flowers, candles, candies, cigars and sugarcane alcohol to the ocean goddess Iemanja.

In the Fort de Chartres, Illinois, residents put on cornhusk costumes and go door-to-door to sing old French tunes.This is an an old French tradition.

Norwegians eat a traditional lutefisk meal: mashed green peas, bacon, mustard, boiled potatoes and lutefisk. Lukefisk is a a dried cod fish made with caustic soda.

Scottish children go from house to house collecting oatcakes.

People in Japan celebrate the New Year on January 1st. At midnight on December 31st, Buddhist temples ring their bells 108 times, symbolizing the 108 human sins in Buddhist belief. It is thought that the tolling of the bells can take away the sins of the past year.


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