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English: Wassertropfen.
English: A water drop.
Español: Una gota de agua.
Français : Une goutte d'eau.
Български: Водна капка.
Русский: Капля воды.
Date 2 July 2008
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Author José Manuel Suárez
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Attribution: José Manuel Suárez
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