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Often there are words Here, Thunder. What do they mean?

The word tsugunder came to Russian from German zu hundert (TSU hundert)means to one hundred by one hundred by one hundred. So it was said at a time when the army practiced punishment in the form of cane strokes. In the Russian language, German pronunciation transformed into out and came to mean any place of punishment in the first place, the army guardhouse, later – a prison, torture chamber, prison, and the phrase "Take out" came to mean punishment.\r\n\r\proseman or Tu ze moon distorted the English expression To the Moon, which translates to "to the moon", "to the moon". For the first time this word appeared in the sphere of turnover of capabality, when its price jumped
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