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  • I recently found an instructive account of this whole messy group of words, published in French: Skoda, Le redoublement expressif: Un universal linguistique.

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  • In 1991, Skoda began a joint venture with the German Volkswagen Group under the name Skoda, Automobilov├í a.s., to become the fourth brand of the Volkswagen Group alongside

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  • Last September I bought a 1.3 litre, chain driven (substitution for a fan-belt), ten-year old Skoda from a Romanian IT employee who pronounced his name as 'Knee-high.'


  • Flush with money, we set off in the official car of the BSPB-Svishtov an ancient communist-era rust bucket called a Skoda, built in the former Czechoslovakia.

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  • They offer plenty of luggage space,though the Skoda is a little bit bigger. - Articles related to VW plans to be No. 1 car seller in the world by 2018

  • If the Skoda were a margarine, you'd use it only for baking cakes.

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  • The new Czech "Skoda" next to an ancient Trabant....

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  • The switch was partly to allow other VW Group brands such as Skoda and SEAT - as well as new partner Suzuki - to build variants for markets around the world, including the UK.

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  • Volkswagen Group owns a variety of models such as Skoda and Seat and high-end lines Audi, : Total

  • Also represented are European brands such as Skoda, Citro├źn, Renault, Peugeot and Volvo The Korean industry, hopeful of significant future growth in the Chinese market, is represented by important exhibits from Hyundai and Kia.



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