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Im Showing This To People Who Understand The Language Of Britain and I Want The citizens of hackney to Watch my videos . And This is A video of The New Installment Of the Juiced Series first Juiced 1 AND Juiced 2 Is more Fun and more Hard Please lv a comment.
9 Jun 2007
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Amazing ad showing that every one should respect his/her country's national anthem.India is celebrating its 60th independence day.Guys check out this award winning ad.Non - indian may not understand the language,because its hindi,but its a awesome video.
15 Aug 2007
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cartoon is a weird short film we dug up from the dusty archives of a little-known Eastern European nation. Although we can't understand the language these Hand-dudes are speaking, we can certainly understand their feelings. Looks like moving giant coffee mugs around has always been a pain in the ass
6 Feb 2008
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Sajwa Baby makes a call and talks with Dad. No one would be able to understand the language she speaks....lol
24 Feb 2008
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This week's Meth Minute 39 cartoon is a weird short film we dug up from the dusty archives of a little-known Eastern European nation. Although we can't understand the language, we can understand their feelings.
2 Jul 2008
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This guy gets a wrong number phone call from someone who speaks a different language. Happens to me all the time and just hang up. This guy decides to play along and pretend to speak and understand the language.
9 Feb 2009
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What more is there to do in Zihuatanejo would you like to know more write to Daniel at hdziixhotmail**** By the way if your traveling to Mexico by Air or Land and you find yourself not understanding the Language, help is near go to www.911translate**** or www.yourpersonaltranslator**** tell a Friend dannyzihua
13 Sep 2008
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Dot saves a mosquito and a dragonfly from a spider's web. Then she accidentally eats a magic root that shrinks her to the size of insects. Dot is really scared of all the insects but soon Keeto the mosquito she saved and a caterpillar named Butterwalk come and help her out.Dot and the Kangaroo, written in 1899, is a children's book by Ethel C. Pedley about a little girl named Dot who gets lost in the Australian outback and is eventually befriended by a kangaroo and several other marsupials. The book was adapted into a stage production in 1924 and a film in 1977.A girl named Dot is lost in the outback after chasing a hare into the wood and losing sight of her home. She is approached by a red kangaroo who gives her some berries to eat. Upon eating the berries, Dot is able to understand the language of all animals, and she tells the kangaroo her plight. The kangaroo, who has lost her own joey, decides to help little Dot despite her own fear of humans. The book is filled with criticism on negative human interference in the wild.The book was adapted into a 1977 film that featured a combination of animation and live-action. The main character, Dot, was voiced by Barbara Frawley. The movie featured an original soundtrack including several lyrical melodies composed by Bob Young, John Palmer and Marion Von Alderstein. The movie backdrop was filmed on location in and around the Jenolan Caves of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. Although the film uses many of the same elements as other animated children's musicals involving animals, such as many of the Disney films in the United states, the film is essentially Australian in its use of icons and accents. It also references Indigenous Australian culture in some scenes which show animation of cave paintings and aboriginal dancing.[2] The film was a success and allowed Yoram Gross to enlarge his production company and market his family films in the United States. Also, the film's use of animation set against still photographic backgrounds established the style for many of his later films.Surrounding the first of the movies, titled "Dot and the Kangaroo," is some controversy and alleged drug references. Regardless of the nature or implications of the movie's script, numerous cannabis plants are visible in both the foreground and background of the movie on several occasions. Furthermore, Kangaroo gives Dot a root to eat, called the "Root of Understanding," but warns, "You mustn't eat too much ... If you eat too much, you'll know too much." Others claim that such occurrences are a mere coincidence.A DVD version of the film was released on October 30, 2001. In the 1980s, Family Home Entertainment had an American release on home video (possibly the only Australian cartoon to be released on home video by the company). In Australia there is a complete series DVD set of all the Dot films.
15 Mar 2010
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DO YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT'S COVERED BY YOUR HOMEOWNERS, BUSINESS OR COMMERCIAL INSURANCE POLICY? You maybe under-insured. If you don't you're not alone. Statistics show that over 80% of homeowners and business owners are not familiar with whats covered in their policy. For those who have read them, it is often written in a language that is hard to understand. We Can Help! We start by educating our clients about what is actually covered by their policy. We specialize in processing insurance claims for our clients. We understand the language. We are experienced in what to look for when disaster strikes. If there is a claim, well present your claim correctly to your insurance company. Our expertise will maximize your claim settlement. We offer 2 invaluable FREE services A Policy Review and A Property Inspection at no cost or obligation. If you have not read your policy in a while, you will find this service to be very educational & beneficial.
17 Feb 2009
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Do you know what is really covered by your homeowners, business or commercial insurance policy? If you don't you're not alone. Statistics show that over 80% of homeowners and business owners are not familiar with whats covered in their policy. For those who have read them, it is often written in a language that is hard to understand. We Can Help! We start by educating our clients about what is actually covered by their policy. We specialize in processing insurance claims for our clients. We understand the language. We are experienced in what to look for when disaster strikes. If there is a claim, well present your claim correctly to your insurance company. Our expertise will maximize your claim settlement. We offer 2 invaluable FREE services A Policy Review and A Property Inspection at no cost or obligation. If you have not read your policy in a while, you will find this service to be very educational & beneficial.
17 Feb 2009
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I do not understand the language (Japanese), so I assume its a fashion show / contest?
27 May 2009
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Although, you might not understand the language of this rap, you won't be disappointed with it as the freestyle rapping of these two will blow your mind.
16 Oct 2017
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