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Do the Mormons speak Japanese, then? ;)Louisiannan

I imagine that English is still the major language of the Deseret Province. They probably wouldn't've had that much immigration from the Japanese-speaking regions. On a national level, Aruta would have Japanese as its official language, but Deseret Province would be officially English-Japanese bilingual. Nik 00:17, 16 Apr 2005 (UTC)

And for that matter, which form of Romanization are you using? Montreiano? Or *here*'s ? Louisiannan 12:26, 15 Apr 2005 (EDT)

Neither. :) The one I worked out on the Romanization page. There are similarities to the Montreiano version, like x for /S/, but other parts are like *here*'s, e.g., ch for /tS/ and k for /k/ Nik 00:17, 16 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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proposal for a flag, a mon-ified cactus--Marcpasquin 06:04, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

Northern Border makes no sense

It seems designed only to get the border the same as in OTL. But what it ends up doing is having a flash point as the klamath river goes back and forth between nations, leads to lots of water issues, and makes everyone mad. 42" was chosen in washington as a nice line, not actual geography.

~anon

And who's to say it wasn't chosen in a treaty to mark the border? The otl Us-Canada border was drawn like that long before the area was settled or explored, on the parallel. That is no reason at all for it to "not make sense."

Lordganon 05:21, June 18, 2011 (UTC)

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