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used in The Bourne Supremacy

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a regional variety of a language
  • It is said you speak our language in numerous dialects.'
    Chapter 10 (14% in)
  • 'It is the privilege of the establishment,' said the tuxedoed man, bowing and moving away, trying to place a dialect he could not recognize.
    Chapter 1 (41% in)
  • The dialect is rather northern, but he adjusts to Guangzhou.
    Chapter 30 (53% in)
  • It was the bazaar of bazaars, a dozen tongues and dialects vying for the ears and the eyes of the evershifting crowds.
    Chapter 31 (73% in)
  • And from the snatches of conversation that he could hear, they spoke Mandarin, not Cantonese, which was the normal dialect for soldiers, even officers, of the Guangdong garrison.
    Chapter 37 (40% in)

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