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I hope you have enjoyed browsing through Photoviewz & hope to see you back very soon.

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Did You Know?

In English, “@” is commonly known as the “at” sign or symbol — or if you want to be adventurous, the “commercial at.” Other languages have much more poetic ways to describe the symbol, many of them animal-related. In Dutch, it’s apestaart — “monkey’s tail”, In Swedish, it’s snabel-a — “A” with an elephant’s trunk, in Italian, it’s chiocciolina — small snail. Other languages nickname it “mouse’s tail,” “sleeping cat,” “little duck,” “dog,” and “little worm.”

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