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Hygienic bag

I was mystified as to what language this bag is in (apart from English, that is). "Hygienic bag" seems to be "Xusueнeн nлuk" in this language, only the "s" is reversed, and the "л" is like a upturned "v".

Oliver Conradi tells me that it's Bulgarian.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2003) 

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Hygienic bag (lighter)

Lighter brown paper. Still in Bulgarian. Still with a starfish - washed up from the Black Sea, perhaps.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2005)

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Hygienic disposal bag (Prince Hotel, Kuala Lumpur)

With an extra large hole so you can hang it up after use.

Thanks to Frank Mulliri (2007)

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Hygienické sáčky

Polish seems designed to give monoglot English web browsers indigestion. I hope all the accents in the title above come out right on your screen.

Thanks to Petr Manda (2005)

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Hygienické Sáčky (Ceska Sporitelna)

From a Czech savings bank. It's for Towels, not for the money you've just withdrawn.

Thanks to Petr Manda. (2003)

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Hygienický sáček

Anyone speak enouch Czech to explain the difference between Hygienický and Hygienické, and between sáčky and sáček?

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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Hygoform

An unusual heart-shaped design on this Norwegian bag. Nothing to do with cardiac surgery, or with deep-seated affection, though - it's Hygoform's corporate logo.

Thanks to Frank Mulliri (2004)

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Hygoform (retypeset)

These subtle variations are designed to confuse, but they merely make veteran bag-collectors come back for more.

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2006)

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