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Old 08-27-2007, 02:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Bananarama-WHAT IS IT?

Hello! Such here a question who knows help please. One my friend recently has bought a banana in shop. To it have told, that it is a grade-Bananarama. But I about such grade heard nothing something. Externally it is similar on Musa Dwarf Cavendish. I think, that it it and is. But to be assured on 100 % I wish to hear your opinion. Thanks.
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Old 08-27-2007, 03:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Bananarama-WHAT IS IT?

Yes, 'Bananarama' is a form of 'Dwarf Cavendish', however it is reported to be slightly smaller.

Also, I am curious to know if computer translators work well, does the translation below make sense?


Да, ' Bananarama ' будет формой ' dwarf Cavendish ',
тем ме менее сообщены, что будет небольш более мало.
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Default Re: Bananarama-WHAT IS IT?

Yes, it's a form of dwarf cavendish. According to David Constantine the "bananarama" is specifially designed for indoor conditions with less than optimal light.

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Hiya Re: Bananarama-WHAT IS IT?

All is clear, thanks for the information. I shall write to the friend, let will be delighted.
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Gabe,
Can you link me to the computer translator??? Have friend overseas that I would like to try this with....
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Yes, 'Bananarama' is a form of 'Dwarf Cavendish', however it is reported to be slightly smaller.

Also, I am curious to know if computer translators work well, does the translation below make sense?


Да, ' Bananarama ' будет формой ' dwarf Cavendish ',
тем ме менее сообщены, что будет небольш более мало.
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Can you link me to the computer translator??? Have friend overseas that I would like to try this with....
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The one I used was actually on my computer, it uses an internet database but is not a website. As for a website I do not know of a good one, you'll have to look around for what suits your needs.
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This is what I use for german: http://babelfish.altavista.com/
Work well enough to get the point, but it's far from perfect.

These people used to have a free website translation too. It worked much better http://www.tranexp.com/
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Thanks Gabe and Ben... I'll see what I can come up with...
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