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Release note in German and Gaelic - any other unusual/unexpected language combinations?

See http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/10338450

The release note was for a book of Irish folk tales in German that was sent to me for a meetup here in Germany in mid-March to be followed by an Irish folk music concert. The last thing I expected to see was a Gaelic translation of the German release note. :-)

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See http://www.bookcrossing.com/---/10338450/

The release note was for a book of Irish folk tales in German that was sent to me for a meetup here in Germany in mid-March to be followed by an Irish folk music concert. The last thing I expected to see was a Gaelic translation of the German release note. :-)
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I've seen a few multi-lingual JEs and release notes, but I think this one is a winner for "unusual combinations" as well as "fitting the theme of the release" {grin}...
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I have a better chance of reading the Gaelic than the German :-)
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Nice one! All the multi-lingual ones I have seen have included English which is hardly unusual.
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Not that I can read either :-(

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