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48.
White Orchid
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
White Orchid(白蘭)
Suggested by Koichi Akabe on 2010-01-09
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:1
49.
Throwing Stones
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Throwing Stones(投げられた小石)
Suggested by Shushi Kurose on 2012-10-06
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:2
50.
Radioactive Sunrise.jpg
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Radioactive Sunrise.jpg
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:3
51.
O Life.jpg
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
O Life.jpg
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:4
52.
Grass in A.jpg
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Grass in A.jpg
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:5
53.
Climbing.jpg
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Climbing.jpg
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:6
54.
Cherries.jpg
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Cherries.jpg
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:7
55.
Primula Red
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Primula Red(サクラソウ赤)
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:8
56.
Butterfly
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
Butterfly(チョウ)
Suggested by Koichi Akabe on 2010-01-09
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:9
57.
The Rainbow is Dead
(no translation yet)
In Ubuntu:
The Rainbow is Dead(死んだ虹)
Suggested by tamapi on 2012-09-29
Located in ../karmic-wallpapers.xml.in.h:10
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Contributors to this translation: Hiroshi Tagawa, Kentaro Kazuhama, Koichi Akabe, Mitsuya Shibata, Shushi Kurose, inugami, tamapi.