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  • date unknown
The cause of the fire was known.
  • date unknown
linked to #186691
linked to #395628
linked to #397244
linked to #635487
The cause of the fire was unknown.
linked to #757729
The cause of the fire was known.
  • Zifre
  • Feb 16th 2011, 23:49
unlinked from #395628
  • Zifre
  • Feb 16th 2011, 23:49
unlinked from #757729
  • Zifre
  • Feb 16th 2011, 23:49
unlinked from #635487
  • Zifre
  • Feb 16th 2011, 23:50
unlinked from #397244
  • Zifre
  • Feb 16th 2011, 23:59
linked to #758070
linked to #758072
  • Zifre
  • Feb 17th 2011, 00:00
linked to #758074
linked to #758075
linked to #758079
linked to #758082
linked to #758142
  • Tux
  • Apr 30th 2011, 00:21
linked to #866355
  • duran
  • Sep 10th 2011, 09:51
linked to #1096560
linked to #1096564
linked to #3679794

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Sentence #23827

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The cause of the fire was known.

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Zifre
Feb 16th 2011, 20:22
Are you sure that all of the translations should be "unknown"?
Zifre
Feb 16th 2011, 20:28
Unless you are sure about the Japanese, Ukrainian, and Russian, you probably shouldn't do things like this.
Dejo
Feb 16th 2011, 20:39
Judging from Google Translate,the Japanese seems to say that the cause was known,so the English was correct before it was changed, and all the others are mistranslations.

Perhaps the English should be changed back and then English and Japanese unlinked from the rest.
Demetrius
Feb 16th 2011, 20:39
Russian, Ukrainian, Chinese (I've just linked it when it was changed to unknown). Esperanto, German and Polish say ‘unknown”.


I don't know about Japanese, but it seems much easier to fix Japanese than to fix everything else.
Zifre
Feb 16th 2011, 23:58
I've unlinked this sentence from all the mistranslations. Cocorico has added a correct translation (#757941). I've linked it to the Chinese sentence but not any of the others because I don't understand them.

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