User:ThT

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en-3 This user has advanced knowledge of English.
la-1 Hic usor simplici lingua Latina conferre potest.
ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
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Aʻohe pau ka ʻike i ka hālau hoʻokāhi. [1]

(All knowledge is not taught in one school.)

Res severa verum gaudium. [2]

Well, nobody's perfect. [3]

Was man nicht erklären kann, sieht man gern als kultisch an. [4]

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  1. Mary Kawena Pūkui: ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian proverbs & poetical sayings. Bishop Museum Press. Honolulu 1983. (Bernice P. Bishop Museum special publication, 71) ISBN 0-910240-91-4, ISBN 0-910240-92-2, ISBN 0-910240-93-0. p. 24
  2. L. Annaei Senecae: Ad Lucilium. Epistulae Morales. (Liber Tertius, Epistula XXIII, 4).
  3. Osgood Fielding III in Some Like It Hot. (Directed by Billy Wilder, 1959).
  4. Archäologensprichwort (mündl. Überlieferung 1983 in Ralswiek, Archäologie in Deutschland 5/2005: Die Waffen der Besiegten, Tönerne Ringe aus der Eisenzeit: Von Amuletten, Frauenleiden und anderem Unaussprechlichen)
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