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Old 09-25-2006, 05:57 AM   #5
donmcc
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I stand corrected. For multilingual business cards, two sided makes perfect sense. Funny, but you would think in Canada I would have seen this with French/English. But here people tend to use the one language and we mentally translate.

I suspect that more than one letter addressed to, say, 130 St. Catherine Street would be returned as undeliverable by a separatist/language fanatic postal worker who would only accept 130 Rue St. Catherine as acceptable.
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