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    a translation for gift

    Please could you translate the floowing for me, I want to write it in a card, so if possible, in a russian font.

    Stephaine always and forever

    Many thanks

    Paul Caswell

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    Стефани навсегда
    But actually I never saw any similar Russian greeting card sign.
    Anyway always and forever can be written with one Russian word.
    Я так думаю.

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    Да уж.. Стефани навсегда на поздр. открытке как то не звучит :о)

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    No I mean it's ok with the sign, but in Russian it lost its charm it had being signed in English.

    Does the phrase above seem English?
    Я так думаю.

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    Стефани навеки.

    Звучит?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri
    Стефани навеки.

    Звучит?
    Beautiful!

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    You better be an item to write something like that
    I've got a TV, and I'm not afraid to use it

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    всегда и навсегда
    Какая разница, умереть богатым или бедным?

    Какой толк от богатства если ты не счастлив.

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    Maybe its just me, but the phrase "Stephaine always and forever" seems like a very strange way to word a signature. More common ways that are similar read:

    Always and forever, Stephaine
    Your Stephaine, always and forever
    Stephaine, always and forever yours
    etc...

    tdk

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    He never said it was a signature.

    Best wishes to you and Stephanie, Paul .
    Ленин пил
    Ленин пьёт
    Ленин будет пить

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    thank you so much for your help everyone in my little quest, she is the most wonderful woman in the whole world, and actually it is for part of a tatoo i am designing.

    paul

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    yeah, love makes miracles but think twice about your future tatoo....
    •••♥♥♥•••
    Lonely attics

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulc
    thank you so much for your help everyone in my little quest, she is the most wonderful woman in the whole world, and actually it is for part of a tatoo i am designing.

    paul
    In that case limit yourself to the letter C
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