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The sprawling forests and eco friendly cities are all his childish innocence. For a start, The Theory of Everything is a Big Bang Theory-ish romance between two young geeks, bodies and minds colliding. In the middle of the interview, he brings out the engagement ring he was about to give to Amy and that surprised everyone. It may then be largely a function of relatively high intelligence. What are the specific functions of bilingualism in the general theory of translation?..

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