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Spiral in your language[edit source]

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Translating[edit source]

  • Spiral is the name in English. You can use the corresponding translation in your language.
  • If your language has different forms for casual and formal voice, choose always the casual.
  • Don't translate any content between angle brackets (< >). Example: <onlyinclude>.
  • Expressions started with "Special:MyLanguage" must be translated only after the "|": [[Special:MyLanguage/Title in English|Title translated]]. Example: [[Special:MyLanguage/Freedom|Freiheit]].

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