Ontology: Social Order
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Portuguese is spoken by minorities in: Bermuda (4%), Barbados(1%), Canada (1-2%), France (2%), Germany (2%), India (10% of the population of Daman, and 4% of the population of Goa), Luxembourg (14%), Andorra (between 4-13%), Namibia (20% of the population), Netherlands Antilles (1%), Paraguay (7%), South Africa (20% of the population), Spain (4%), Switzerland (2%), United States (0.24%), Uruguay (1%), Venezuela (1-2%) and Zimbabwe (20% of the population).


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This class in the classification of its order

The (ontological) order of Portugese is the Social Order.