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Suomi: Herkkutatti
Svenska: Karl Johanssvamp
Date
Source Iduns kokbok, scanned by Project Runeberg; transparency added by Ilmari Karonen
Author Elisabeth Östman (1869–1933)
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Sweswinyana15:20, 22 Mudyaxihi 2011Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 15:20, 22 Mudyaxihi 20111,105 × 1,215 (2.11 MB)QuibikUpdated version with the coherent noise removed.
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19:16, 22 N'wendzamhala 2006Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 19:16, 22 N'wendzamhala 20061,105 × 1,215 (2.14 MB)Tigru~commonswikichanged format to png of this image
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