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Old 12-26-2007
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Happy New Year for all

And now we had Christmas, so now we have NEW YEAR.

A GOOD YEAR FOR EVERYBODY

HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Happy New Year. WOOF!
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Happy New Year Fred! So what are your New Year resolutions? Do you know that word in English?
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Fred,
Happy New Year and may you have as much fun sailing next year as you did this year!
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Is it "Ano novo feliz" or "Feliz ano novo"? My limited Spanish is interfering with my even more limited Portuguese, and I am feeling a bad wind.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR to you Fred!!

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Ano Novo Feliz! Meu o ano novo traz-lhe muitos trophies do dad sailing e batendo em todos os endenvors.
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Happy New Year Fred! So what are your New Year resolutions? Do you know that word in English?
and I asked my dad and he explained, but I don't have any.

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