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Any Indian families in Kloten.
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Old 10.06.2008, 09:28
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Why restrict yourself to only Indian families. Give Mexicans and Emirati's a whirl too. Broaden your horizons, I could even be your friend although I am English and live in Zug.
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Ur most welcome..By the way may i know your name and where are you from.. How long you have been here in Swiss..
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Re: Looking for Indian families in Kloten

Hi..

why do people say "Swiss".. The name of the country is Switzerland and Swiss is the nationality

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Swiss means belonging or relating to Switzerland, or to its people or culture.
...Swiss cheese.
...an avalanche in the Swiss alps.
ADJ Swiss is both the singular and the plural form

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The Swiss are the people of Switzerland.
The report shows the Swiss are among the world's top wage earners.
N-COUNT: usu pl, the N Swiss is both the singular and the plural form

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Thanks for the clarification.
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Hi..

why do people say "Swiss".. The name of the country is Switzerland and Swiss is the nationality

Swiss
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Swiss means belonging or relating to Switzerland, or to its people or culture.
...Swiss cheese.
...an avalanche in the Swiss alps.
ADJ Swiss is both the singular and the plural form

2 Swiss
The Swiss are the people of Switzerland.
The report shows the Swiss are among the world's top wage earners.
N-COUNT: usu pl, the N Swiss is both the singular and the plural form

(c) HarperCollins Publishers.

one for a cuttin & a pastin ......
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Re: Looking for Indian families in Kloten

The thread is about Indian families in Kloten...........
don't you feel it is going in some other direction.......
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don't you feel it is going in some other direction.......
Rest assured I am monitoring it closely.
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Another one for the free beer thread ....
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HI

Any Indian families in Kloten.
Try using common Indian first names in tel.search.ch, should give some interesting results.

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Thanks will do that
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Re: Looking for Indian families in Kloten

hi,
you just found one....let me know where you are in kloten...would definitely like to meet up...I just moved in before 2 weeks...
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