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    Default CNBR 2012.40 + Autoguia 3.03 + TRC-BR 12.01

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    The last version of Garmin maps came out in mid-December. City Navigator Brazil 2011.40 - Released in: 16.12.2010. Can we expect later this month for City Navigator Brazil 2012.40?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celso Maximino José View Post
    The last version of Garmin maps came out in mid-December. City Navigator Brazil 2011.40 - Released in: 16.12.2010. Can we expect later this month for City Navigator Brazil 2012.40?
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    Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Taiwan and East Africa took the lead on maps 2012.40.

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    Peace in 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celso Maximino José View Post
    Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Taiwan and East Africa took the lead on maps 2012.40.

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    They are more in sync with the actual calendar in Asia (2011.40). I'm not a fan of the Garmin GPS religion with it's own calendar system.
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    Maybe they will add the Garmin Calendar soon ...
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    Celso Maximino José
    Peace is in Russian written as "Мир" no "Mir".

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    "MIR" is how do you spell peace in Slovenian.
    Anyway, thanks for the info and Happy New Year. Мир
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ballebar View Post
    Maybe they will add the Garmin Calendar soon ...
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    On top of that list, here is a new calendar proposed about 3 days ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by syzygy View Post
    On top of that list, here is a new calendar proposed about 3 days ago.
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    Henry and Hanke also propose the abolishment of time zones. In a January 2012 article in Global Asia, they write.

    One time throughout the world, one date throughout the world. Business meetings, sports schedules and school calendars would be identical every year. Today’s cacophony of time zones, daylight savings times and calendar fluctuations, year after year, would be over. The economy – that’s all of us – would receive a permanent ‘harmonization’ dividend.
    Boy oh boy! Those guys make Garmin's calendar look totally sane. "One time throughout the world" .... wottha?... OK if you live in London's longitude i guess. Looks like they've already got us into 2012 as well. Happy New Year already... i think.

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    Fujita,
    Thank you very much for the pack available and for a direct link to download it. It is very convenient.
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