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    Smile Christmas

    Hi everybody,

    Christmas Father in England and Santa Clause in the USA? Is it right?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Christmas

    Father Christmas in the UK / NZ
    Santa Claus in North America, yes. And there is no E in this CLAUS.

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    It is not important what you call him. All that matters is that you BELIEVE!
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    Re: Christmas

    Santa Claus in the UK too.

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    Smile Re: Christmas

    Papai Noel in BR.

    word-for-word translation: Father Noel, a father who gives gifts on christmas eve.

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