Я уважаю мужчин. Они делают жизнь интереснее, они подают руку, открывают дверь, покупают шоколад и платья. Они встречают нас в аэропортах. Они пойдут на войну, если будет война. Они смелые.
Я уважаю мужчин. Они говорят: "не вопрос", "нет проблем"- и проблем, правда, нет...
Они приезжают за нами в универ, они увозят нас из чужих гостей, привозят домой и накрывают одеялом; им нравится смотреть на нас без макияжа, они берут нас на руки, если есть лужа, им кажется, что мы маленькие и нас надо обнимать. Они правы.
Они становятся отцами, они дают фамилии нашим детям. Они защищают нас. Они пахнут дорогим одеколоном.
Я уважаю мужчин. Слова у них чаще всего совпадают с поступками. Они лучше нас все знают. Им всегда интересно, где мы. Они настойчиво желают платить за наш кофе, хотя сами не знают, почему. Они терпят наши капризы и говорят друзьям: "у неё плохой характер, но она такая красивая!"...
Они прощают нам всё, хотя мы, заметьте, вообще ничего им не прощаем...
Я уважаю мужчин. Но только мужчин, а не лиц мужского пола.
Your contributions to Wikipedia have been good, especially your tireless work on the addition of naval history data Mike Young 19:36, 1 September 2007 (UTC)
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Can't help awarding you one of these for your wonderful contribution in developing the article on Bangladesh Liberation War. Thanks, I'll try to adress all the issues you raised as much as I can. Aditya(talk • contribs) 03:36, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
You did, in my opinion, an excellent job on the layout of the Card catalog list, and I wish to express my sincere appreciation for that work by awarding you this artistic credit of recognition Barndtar. Ludvikus (talk) 12:40, 15 October 2009 (UTC)
Thanks for the correction and helping to understand the fault. Its definitely not going to be used in the article "uthman bin affan" alone as i am working on its appearance in other articles such as "Rashidun" etc.
You have been so generous to guide me, i have place the infobox in the article instead of placing a separate template, hope it solves the problem. Ibrahim ebi (talk) 06:34, 23 September 2012 (UTC)
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Thank you for proactively working to resolve the recent issue on the ANI. Take care and stay warm this winter.
Cheers, Veriss (talk) 07:24, 2 December 2013 (UTC)
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I hereby award you the Barnstar of Diplomacy for editing the statement at Terrorism in Pakistan by including 'perhaps' to the sentence, instead of reverting it. Thanks! It avoids a lot of possible edit warring. Khabboos (talk) 18:13, 17 March 2014 (UTC)
Modern office building in the southern part of the city of Dnepropetrovsk. Note the Russian language spelling of Dnepropetrovsk.
This fine old building in Central Dnepropetrovsk has been restored as offices. December 2005
Queuing for a tram in Central Dnepropetrovsk. December 2005
Ул. Маршала Малиновского, Dnepropetrovsk, 29 December 2005
Glass pyramid near the Theatre of Opera in Karla Marksa, Dnepropetrovsk. December 2005
Buildings near the Theatre of Opera in Karla Marksa, Dnepropetrovsk. December 2005
This valley (very close to central Dnepropetrovsk) contains some really terrible shacks that people live in. It is overlooked by apartment buildings, including some very attractive recently built ones. December 2005
There are at least two MacDonalds in Dnepropetrovsk and this is one of them. (The other is on the left side of the river). This square is opposite the statue of Lenin in Karla Marksa. At night young people listen to music videos in this square You can see the side view of the big screen used to show the music videos. December 2005
Memorial to the Great Patriotic War (1941-45) at the end of Karla Marka (Dnepropetrovsk) overlooking the Dnieper.
There are a several recently constructed apartment buildings to this attractive design in Central Dnepropetrovsk. December 2005
Bus in Karla Marksa, Dnepropetrovsk. Note the paved road surface. December 2005
Old building under restoration in Karla Marksa, Dnepropetrovsk. Note that this allows us to see that it is a framed building. December 2005
Planetnaya Street, in Solnechny, Dnepropetrovsk, which is on the left bank of the river.
Apartments in this building have one main room, plus a kitchen and a bathroom. As with other residential areas, there is a children's play area and small food shops in the vicinity.
Gladkova Street, Dnepropetrovsk
Apartments in these buildings have two main rooms, plus a kitchen and a bathroom. Many, but not all, apartments have double front doors. Mail is left in pigeon-holes on the stair-well wall. Visitors are advised to bring a mobile phone, since apartment buildings have a combination lock on the street entrance, and do not have a bell or intercom on the street entrance. The buildings do not have lifts [elevators in US-English]. Many of the people who live in such apartment buildings would be considered middle-class by English standards.
The wooded area in the foreground includes a large children's play area. All residential areas have small food shops.
One confusing thing is the numbering of apartment buildings, which does not follow the Western pattern. Often the easiest way to find particular numbered apartments is to look at the street map.