09/06/2007 | 9:34 am
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Venezuelan government considers regulating baby names.
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Japanese government has always have name regulation. There are only about 2,000 kanji available for names. I’m no big fan of strange Hollywood baby names, but limiting names to only 100 is just too cruel.
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