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27 September 2020

     10:35  United States of America‎ (diff | hist) . . (+376). . 2a02:c7f:30c7:7d00:f5d4:7897:d6bd:e0b3 (talk) (Social Etiquette: Accents) (Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
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24 September 2020

     01:50  Midwest (United States of America)‎ (diff | hist) . . (+1). . 47.185.237.43 (talk) (==Talk== English is, as in the rest of the U.S., the de-facto official language. The "Midwestern Accent" is the voice most commonly heard on national newscasts across the country. Some areas with large Hispanic populations might have a sizable majority sp)