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GG, as long as we're on the subject, I always believed "Luxemburg" was spelled "Luxembourg":
|Well according to that page Czech should already be online. |
Yes we know this but we were talking about google.cz and google.sl etc.
Currently we only have a translated version with in the .com domain. Given the size of Google it shouldn't be difficult for them to have domains for most countries specially those in Europe (2004)
Cough Cough Yahoo already has a holding page in place for the domain www.yahoo.cz
|I always believed "Luxemburg" was spelled "Luxembourg" |
It is, in English - however all the country sites are in thier local language. E.g. "Österreich" for Austria or "Luxemburg" or Luxembourg.
At Zije Cesi a Slovaci!
Byl Jsem V Praze v roku 1999 a 2001.
V internetu je vzichnni obcansi
(Allright, my grammar needs work, but I'm even worse speaking)
|however all the country sites are in thier local language |
Not quite true, see Switzerland or Belgium...
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