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English: Boy with smallpox. Face.
Deutsch: Pocken
Polski: Ospa prawdziwa
日本語: 天然痘に感染した子供
Português: Uma criança infectada com varíola
Svenska: Ett barn med utslag i ansiktet orsakade av smittkoppor
Русский: Больной оспой
中文: 天花病人
Norsk bokmål: Et barn smittet av kopper
Suomi: Isorokon aiheuttamia rokonarpia
Català: Nen amb verola
Türkçe: Çiçek hastalığına yakalanmış kişi
Slovenčina: Obeť pravých kiahní
Dansk: Patient med kopper
עברית: קרבן אבעבועות שחורות
Български: Дете, болно от вариола
Română: Băiat cu variolă. Faţa.
العربية: أعراض الجدري
한국어: 천연두에 걸린 어린이
Hrvatski: Boginje
Íslenska: Barn sýkt af bólusótt
Cymraeg: Plentyn yn dioddef o'r frech wen
தமிழ்: பெரியம்மையால் பாதிக்கப்பட்ட ஒரு குழந்தை
Runa Simi: Muru unqusqa runa
Français : jeune homme avec la petite verole
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