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PostSubject: Your japanese name/s....   Thu May 07, 2009 9:55 pm

What is your Japanese name?

take a look at the letters, and try putting them together.



*A- ka
* B- tu
* C- mi
* D- te
* E- ku
* F- lu
* G- ji
*H- ri
* I- ki
* J- zu
* K- me
* L- ta
* M- rin
* N- to
*O-mo
* P- no
* Q- ke
* R- shi
* S- ari
* T-chi
*U- do
* V- ru
* W-mei
* X-na
* Y- fu
* Z- zi

put your names: jayson= zukafuarimoto
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PostSubject: Re: Your japanese name/s....   Mon Jun 29, 2009 1:58 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Your japanese name/s....   Thu Sep 03, 2009 2:18 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Your japanese name/s....   Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:39 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Your japanese name/s....   Sat Jul 16, 2011 11:19 pm

In German history the emancipation of the serfs came in 1770-1830, beginning with Schleswig in 1780. Prussia abolished serfdom with the "October Edict" of 1807, which upgraded the personal legal status of the peasantry and gave them ownership of half or two thirds of the lands they were working. The edict apply to all peasants whose holdings were above a certain size, and included both Crown lands and noble estates. The peasants were freed from the obligation of personal services to the lord and annual dues; in return and land owners were given ownership of 1/3 to 1/2 of the land. The peasant owned and rented the lands that were deeded to the old owners. The other German states imitated Prussia after 1815. In sharp contrast to the violence that characterized land reform in the French Revolution, Germany handled it peacefully. In Schleswig the peasants, who had been influenced by the Enlightenment, played an active role; elsewhere they were largely passive. Indeed, for most peasants, customs and traditions continued largely unchanged, including the old habits of deference to the nobles whose legal authority remains quite strong over the villagers. The old paternalistic relationship in East Prussia lasted into the 20th century. what was new was that the peasant could now sell his land, enabling him to move to the city, or buy up the land of his neighbors.[19].fulvic
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