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Bosanski: Čovjek sa atrofiranom nogom radi dječije paralize.
Česky: Muž po mozkové obrně
English: Man on street with atrophy and paralysis of the right leg and foot due to polio.
Esperanto: Viro kun dekstra kruro influita de poliomjelito.
Íslenska: Fórnarlamb mænuveiki.
Lietuvių: Sergantis poliomielitu.
Latviešu: Ar poliomielītu slims cilvēks.
Simple English: A man's right leg, affected by polio.
Slovenčina: Pacient trpiaci destkou obrnou.
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