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3 hour(s) ago by VilhelmsPort
Ok then, I'll stop writing these.
4 hour(s) ago by wallebot
The search don't found recently added sentences. Maybe works for older sentences, but I think is a heavy work for server.
4 hour(s) ago by wallebot
Tal vez se podrian añadir el autor y los comentarios al final de los comentarios de la frase no borrada.

Aunque que criterio se usa para decidir cual de las dos frases se borra y cual se mantiene?
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4 hour(s) ago by wallebot
Yo yambien.

+1
5 hour(s) ago by Pfirsichbaeumchen
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CK
CK
8 min(s) ago
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[#3274010] Sei sempre il solito! (Guybrush88)
[#3489280] Sei sempre il solito! (Guybrush88) x
CK
CK
19 min(s) ago - edited 15 min(s) ago
I think this might just be a language difference.

Even the Wikipedia page you mention has this sentence.

"Some of the most feared cavalry in Napoleon's armies were the Polish lancers of the Vistula Uhlans."

That doesn't mean that translations necessarily have to be plural, if that's not natural in other languages.
_undertoad
19 min(s) ago - edited 18 min(s) ago
Here is marcelostockle's original:

"It rained all along the meeting."

I adopted and corrected it. The corrected sentence matches the Spanish.
al_ex_an_der
20 min(s) ago - edited 19 min(s) ago
@Pfirsichbäumchen
"Army" has more than one meaning, even in Esperanto, as you may see, if you compare meaning 1 and 2 of this definition: http://vortaro.net/#armeo