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“Btw, walloon refers to the French-speaking region of Belgium, as opposed to the Flemish-speaking one Flanders.”
“A couple of good nuggets of info on the Midtown Lunch Twitter Tracker… the La Cense Burger Truck is back in Midtown, Goodburger is having some sort of early bird special, Street Sweets is near the Hearst Building, and get a free dinge from the W&D Truck if you know which animal is on the walloon flag ?”
“As we move into the walloon part of Belgium today we revisit some of the roads of the Fléche Wallonne.”
“This success is the fruit of a close collaboration between a dynamic set of 16 companies and a university, mainly from Wallonia (the french-speaking part of Belgium outside Brussels) and members of TWIST, the walloon network for audiovisual and multimedia technologies.”
“He said an alarmingly high proportion of them were diagnosed with ADHD, he initially put this down partly to lazy bratdom trying to blag an easy life but was shocked to see that if some of them didn't get their meds turned into genuine bouncy walloon chasers.”
“Johnson begins at the qualifiers in Belgium -- walloon Whitney loses to a four-piece featuring lanky drummer Laurens, which advances to the finals.”
“The fact that the walloon greens are, in fact, doing so much better than the flemish ones is part of why I believe I live in the wrong part of Belgium; it's not just these elections.”
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Beer. "French" fries. Mussels. Chocolate. Waffles. Lace. Walloons.
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When I was in third grade an extra credit assignment I did was to make a list of at least fifty languages. I got to fifty, then kept going... and going... and going. Even twenty years later, I am ...
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