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Re: Location of Mouche
Posted by: Ned Boyajian (ID *****4972) Date: February 12, 2010 at 05:48:18
In Reply to: Re: Location of Mouche by Vern Beckman of 2472

Uh-oh! That's not right at all. Looks like GenForum needs to get modern with it's ability to display fonts.

What should be showing is M-U-S, but the "S" has a little tail on it that looks like the little tail you sometimes see on "C's" in French. In Turkish, it means the "s" has an "sh" sound. A phonetic match to "Mouche." Can you click on the link to the wikipedia page I included? That will bring you to an article about Mus(,). If not just google "Mus Turkey" and you'll find it without too much trouble.


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