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  • RE: Censorship

    @sparks Apologies for any inconvenience caused to you. We appreciate your feedback. We will try to add more variations after discussing them with our development team.

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  • RE: Missing letters

    @kathybarathy Apologies for the inconvenience caused to you. Can you share a screenshot with us at admin@lexulous.com?

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  • RE: Poll: New avatars?

    @sparks Thank you, we have already taken this request and forwarded to our development team for consideration 🙂

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  • RE: Head to head percentages

    @davidm1978 You can click on any players' name a pop-up box will show you head-to-head win-loss status.

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  • Dy bannee diu - Hello in Manx

    Dy bannee diu is a common greeting in the Isle of Man. We present to you some interesting information about the Isle of Man.

    In case you are from the Isle of Man and wish to report inconsistencies, please reply to this topic.

    Manx is the official language of the Isle of Man. The Isle of Man (also known as the Isle of Mann) is one of the most unique bits of Europe and the British Isles. Manx is the historical language of the Manx people. Although few children have Manx as a first language on the Isle of Man, there has been a steady increase in the number of speakers since the death of Ned Maddrell in 1974. Ned Maddrell was considered to be the last speaker who grew up in a Manx-speaking community environment.

    Here are some of the interesting facts about the Manx people:

    1. This little-known fact about the Isle of Man is a fun one! The Manx is a breed of cat that actually comes from the Isle of Man, and its best-known feature is its taillessness. The breed also exhibits very large hind legs and a rounded head. There’s also a breed of sheep from the island called the Manx Loaghtan, which is known for sometimes having four or six horns.

    2. The Isle of Man is located between the islands of Ireland and Great Britain in the Irish Sea. There are ferry and air services available from both islands.

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    (Image source: https://www.anadolukedisi.com/en/why-manx-cats-have-no-tails/)

    1. Mann is the motorcycle racing capital of the World. The International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) Race has been conducted on the island since 1907.

    2. Did you know the famous music group The Bees Gees are from the Isle of Man?

    3. Isle of Man or Mann has the oldest continuous Parliament in the World. The Manx parliament has been standing without a break ever since 979.

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    (Image source: https://ultimatemotorcycling.com/2019/01/31/2019-isle-of-man-tt-top-riders-teams-confirmed/)

    1. The symbol of the Isle of Man Flag is Triskelion. While it looks like something someone with a bunch of spare doll parts mashed together, the triskelion is actually an ancient Celtic symbol that, like many Celtic symbols, relies on rotational symmetry, as well as a triple spiral.

    2. "Queenies" - or queen scallops - have been crowned the Manx national dish ahead of kippers or chips, cheese and gravy.

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    (Image source: https://sijanol.com/)

    Hope you like these interesting facts about Manx culture. If you know some more interesting, fun facts, please let us know.

    posted in Creative Corner
  • Namaste - Hello in Nepali

    Namaste is a common greeting in Nepal. We present to you some interesting information about Nepal.

    In case you are from Nepal and wish to report inconsistencies, please reply to this topic.

    Nepali is the official language of the country of Nepal. Did you know that Nepali is considered to be one of the difficult languages to learn? The language is very different from most European languages, so there's a lot to learn. Whether it's the grammar, the vocabulary, or the writing, there's no area where you could survive without hard work. ... At the same time, learning Nepali is by no means impossible. Approximately 2.6 million people speak this language.

    Here are some of the interesting facts about Nepal:

    1. Did you know that Nepal has the World’s densest concentration of World Heritage sites?

    2. Nepali new year is celebrated in mid-April. Nepali calendar is approximately 57 years and 8.5 months ahead of the Gregorian calendar.

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    (Image source: https://www.tripadvisor.in/Tourism-g293889-Nepal-Vacations.html)

    1. The very popular Yeti, abdominal snowmen are said to roam Nepal. But nobody has found ever one!

    2. Did you know that Cows are the national animal of Nepal? The slaughtering of cows is banned in Nepal.

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    (Image source: https://indianexpress.com/article/what-is/what-is-yeti-himalayas-abominable-snowman-indian-army-5703282/)

    1. The highest mountain Mount Everest (8850m) is found in Nepal! The Nepali word for Everest Meaning ‘Forehead of the sky’.

    2. Lumbini, a location in Nepal is said to be the birthplace of the great Buddha.

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    (Image source: https://www.britannica.com/place/Mount-Everest)

    1. Nepal’s flag is the only national flag that isn’t a square or rectangle.

    2. Did you know that the height of Nepalese man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, the world’s shortest man is 54.6cm?

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    (Image source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/worlds-shortest-man-chandra-bahadur-dangi-from-nepal-dead-report/articleshow/48820734.cms)

    Hope you liked some of the fun and interesting facts of the Nepali Culture. If you want to share some more information, please comment below and let us know!

    posted in Creative Corner
  • Dumela - Hello in Tswana

    Dumela is a common greeting in Botswana. We present to you some interesting information about Botswana.

    In case you are from Botswana and wish to report inconsistencies, please reply to this topic.

    Tswana is an official language and the lingua franca of Botswana, as it is spoken by almost 1.1 million of its inhabitants. Tswana, also known by its native name Setswana, is a Bantu language. Tswana, are also called Motswana (singular) or Batswana (plural).

    Here are some interesting facts about Botswana:

    1. Botswana is home to the densest elephant population in the world. The best place to spot them is at Chobe National Park, where they come to the Chobe River Front to play, drink and swim.

    2. The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta in the world covering an area of 15,000 km2 during drier times. During wetter periods it can reach a staggering size of 22,000 km2.

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    (Image source: https://theconversation.com/botswanas-okavango-delta-is-created-by-a-delicate-balance-but-for-how-much-longer-125323)

    1. Botswana offers a varied safari experience: boat cruises, mokoro trips, game walks, canoeing, and game drives day and night. The perfect place for a breathtaking water safari.

    2. Botswana will make you addicted to sundowners as it features the most stunning sunsets you can imagine.

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    (Image source: https://africageographic.com/botswana-sunset/)

    1. Tsodilo Hills is the spiritual home of the San and Bantu people and the hills feature many well-preserved specimens of ‘rock art’. There’s a small museum where you can hire a local guide for a personal tour of the area.

    2. Did you know that Taylor Swift’s music video ‘Wildest Dreams’ was shot in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans?

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    (Image source: https://sacredland.org/tsodilo-hills-botswana/)

    1. Mopane worms are a delicacy in Botswana. Bon Appetit! I bet this is one of the facts about Botswana you didn’t want to know about.

    2. Botswana is close to the mighty Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Zambia! If you visit Botswana, don’t miss the towns Livingstone (Zambia) or Vic Falls (Zimbabwe).

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    (Image source: https://www.semesteratsea.org/field-programs/victoria-falls-botswana-sp18/)

    These are some of the interesting facts about the heritage and culture of the Tswana people. If you are from Botswana, please comment below on some more exciting features of this place.

    posted in Creative Corner
  • RE: LIVE Games

    @bluechair Apologies for the inconvenience caused to you. Which device do you use?

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  • RE: Tile recall

    @terrijay Please share your detailed issue to admin@lexulous.com

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  • RE: Remove the Observation Eye feature to stop annoying trolls

    @lefttoeshuffle Thank you for your suggestion. We will definitely pass this to our development team for consideration.

    posted in Feature Requests