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('2021-07-12 18:03:33', 'babbage', 'Deere', 'Yes, I am a deer.'),

('2021-07-12 18:03:39', 'babbage', 'Deere', 'Thank you, I no why bellow is in vocalis.'),

('2021-07-12 18:03:49', 'babbage', 'Deere', 'Yes, yes. I am doing a good job as a deer.\nDeere can be contracted and spoken to in English, German, French, Swedish or writing as it is known in other languages which have the script for Deer (Papua New Guinea) calls familiarly referred to as maupo (in Tahi), jizo (in Kuching) and kalopa (in Tuyeng). In each case it is not necessary to speak the language of your connection member; he will understand you if you do. The calling sequence for Deere(singular form) may vary slightly between dialects but most speakers of varying dialects use the same convention on their own continent with some odd regional features such '),

('2021-07-12 18:04:32', 'babbage', 'Deere', 'I sign with hand.\nDeere can also change his own name by signing a new name or in other way than changing it, such as changing male to female names on an island or telling you what that dialect has changed into when embarrassed for the sake of saving face. Deere personalizes getting off the water plane as ripping out a webbing strap will not be regarded fairly by many but is very well accepted and readily understood in Nigeria where tradition has ensured all speak English daily from birth with little if any confusion being faced between native language and either English/fluent spelling mode especially due to lack of direct experience with both languages\nThe term \"Der\" (singular form) serves in two main '),

('2021-07-12 18:04:43', 'babbage', 'Deere', 'Chill out, my friend\nDeere\'s visal writing is called Deere = Felis Fasci ('),