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Comment: Re:Easy grammar (Score 1) 626

Added Dutch

Wind - wind - wind
Wasser - water - water
Stein - stone - steen
Fisch - fish - vis
Rabe - Raven - raaf
Kraehe - Crow - kraai
Grass - grass - gras
Haus - house - huis
Stock - Stick - stok
Von - From - van
unter - under - onder
Wolf - wolf - wolf
Fuchs - fox - vos
Strom(as in river) - stream - stroom
die See (not der See, that is a lake) - sea - zee
Auge - eye - oog
Ohr - ear - oor
Arm - arm - arm
Herz - heart - hart
Damm - dam - dam

Comment: Re:230V 16A (Score 2) 497

by ellep (#35138280) Attached to: Maximum Items You've Powered From a Single Outlet
Yes, in mainland Europe it is quite common to have only 230V 16A circuits. And each proper extension cord can handle 16A, so chaining them is not really a problem unless the total load is over 3,6KW Reminds me of when we had an American over at our company and he asked for an extension cord. He looked really shocked when we gave him one.

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