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خوش آمدی, καλωσορίζω, ようこそ, स्वागत हे, приветствовать, 歡迎, 환영, ต้อนรับ, באַגריסן, accogliere, accueillir, acoger, acolher, begrüßen, bonvenu, croeso, dobrodošli, fáilte, gratissimum, haeremai, karibu, kuwakaribisha, manaakitia, menyambut, ongietorri, Tervetuloa, ukwamukela, Välkommen, Velkommen, welkom, Witamy, welcome . . .


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Enjoy! :-)


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