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All of them. "Today" isn't a specific word.
Is'nt "today" the translation of the french word "aujourd'hui" ?
i saw a beautifull painting with the title:"the chess game"
i think it's realy beautifull ... if you know a good painting about chess ... show it here please
That narrows it down to a couple thousand paintings.
Batgirl is wrong about today not being specific since it means the current day. What is meant is that you always say "Added today" even though it'll still say "Added today" 1,000 years from now. When someone sees the ones you added 3 weeks ago, they see it as added the same day they're looking at it. A date, like "Added September 31st 2012" would be more precise. It really doesn't matter, nor does saying when you added it.
Most of the people on this site won't know what aujourd'hui is... Les plupart des gens ne parlent pas le français.
(Did any one notice it?)
Then "Added Today" will mean a specific day always... either it's specific or it's not.
You're probably going out of line here.
(Should be obvious that batgirl's comment snuck in before this one.)
You know, chess.com does have a vague date stamp it uses. It think it's pretty specific until it gets to over a week, and then it's just "a week ago" and then "a month ago," "2 months ago," etc. I'd bet that in 23 months it'll still say "a year ago."
Wow, those messages disapeared and now it'll look like I'm crazy. Since I have them open in another window, I should copy and paste them...
Russian School (1850 - 1949)The Chess Players (1900)
Gianni Strino (b 1953)Giocatori di scacchi
Denis Jully (b 1952)Checkmate
Henri Matisse (1869 - 1954)Odalisques (1924)
Elizabeth Iglehart (1900 - 1999)The Only Way We Win
Truppe Karl (1887 - 1959) Partita a scacchi con la morte
John Callcott Horsley (1817 - 1903) Check Mate: The Last Move
The slideshow play > button shows now the painting chronologicaly !
The slideshow play > button shows now the painting anti chronologicaly !
Is "just now" better than "added today" or suggest me something. :)
Thank you posting this site. I throughly enjoy viewing it.
Zwy Milshtein (b 1934)On ne pouvait vraiment pas dire que la place rouge était vide (2003)
Roland Barcsik (b 1934)Sakkozó (Chess Girls)(2003)
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