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Superhumans who have proved their extraordinary abilities to the world.

Harold Williams was considered one of the greatest polyglots of all time, demonstrating to have "linguistic powers". He was born in the year 1876, in Auckland, New Zealand, he became to be a well known journalist, and editor for The Times (a British newspaper company). At the early age of 7, he began to become intrigued with such passion towards learning new languages. His first became Latin, which is the origin or, the root to many languages aided Relying solely on his own methods to learning all these languages. By the time of his passing, he had managed to learn 58 languages ! Some being, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, German, Ancient Greek, and many Polynesian languages.
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