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I was translating various language names used in LO and had a question about the English strings, 
specifically the name of Congo.  As a Chinese I know nothing about languages spoken in Africa, so 
I'm writing to the list, hope someone more knowlegable can answer.

For the languages presented in LO, the parentheses are usually [1] used for notation of the 
country/region the language is spoken in.  And in
Democratic Republic of the Congo, also known as Congo-Kinshasa, is noted as such.

However there is also
where the country notation is only "Congo".  Does this mean it's spoken in Republic of the Congo 
(a.k.a. Congo-Brazzaville)?  If yes, it's probably better to be explicitly spelled out, as "Congo" 
is ambigous.

There are also four other strings with "(Congo)" notations:
which also need clarification.

Thanks in advance,

1. One exception I am familiar with, is Chinese (simplified) and Chinese (traditional).  They 
probably should be "Chinese, simplified" and "Chinese, traditional" if applied the same notation 
styles as the other language strings.  I fully understand how they've become the way they are now 
and don't in any means propose changes.
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