The name Dantel is the first thing you may have seen on a website when you open the Google News app, but it is also a well-known internet slang term for a large company.
This is because Google News is one of the most popular news sources on the web.
So why does Google’s own website use the word ‘Dentel’ instead of the name it should be using?
In the early 1990s, the term Dantela was introduced in an article in a German magazine.
The article was entitled ‘Dante’ – which means ‘God’ in Italian.
This word is pronounced differently in German than in English.
For example, in the German version of the article, ‘Dantedel’ is pronounced ‘Daht-den’ and the French version ‘Dantes’ is more pronounced.
This can lead to confusion between the two English words.
Google changed the spelling of the word in 2001 and in 2011, the name was changed to ‘Danto’.
However, in 2017, Google changed it again to ‘Der danto’ which translates to ‘God, God of God’, making it clear that the English version of ‘Dants’ was not ‘DANTEL’.
This spelling change led to the Google name being changed again.
So in 2017 Google changed its name to ‘Google News’ – meaning ‘News from Google’.
So it seems that the name Danto is not the right one to use.
In fact, in 2019, the company apologised for the mistake and removed the ‘Danton’ spelling from the name of its website.
In 2020, Google removed the term ‘Dontantel’, saying it was “unintentionally used in a way that is not suitable for the website”.
In 2017, the search engine company also removed ‘Dantis’, which is an expression used in the Spanish language to describe a male prostitute, from its search results.
The company also deleted the term “Dantela” from its online store.
In 2018, Google also removed the word “Dante” from the search results of its English language search engine, Google News.
So the search giant seems to be in a similar situation to Google’s original German magazine and its French magazine.
In 2017 and 2019, Google has apologised for this and the word is no longer used on its website, but on its German search engine.
So it’s possible that the company will change its name again in 2018.
In 2019, a German government official suggested that Google use the English word “Der dantela”, which means God of the universe.
But Google denied this suggestion and said it would continue to use the name “Google News”.
However, Google did not explain why it would choose to change its original German name to “Google”.
Google News The search engine giant has not changed the way it uses the word Dantello.
The search giant says it uses it because it has “deep historical ties to Germany”.
However it has also been criticised by German politicians for using the term.
The German newspaper Bild am Sonntag in 2016 claimed that Google News uses “a rather offensive and vulgar term” and that Google has “done nothing to improve its search engine or the search quality of its articles”.
The article claimed that the “Google news” was used by politicians to “discredit the European Union”.
In 2018 Google News was renamed to Google News – meaning “News from the Google”.
This was also the name used on the site for the search result of a German newspaper that was taken down in 2017.
Google News has also used the term in an online advertisement for the company.
The name “Dontanto” was also removed from the German edition of the website of a local newspaper.
In 2016, a Facebook page called “Danto” (a pun on the name for a female prostitute) was set up.
The page claimed that Dantolans “dontatop” (the word ‘dont’ is also pronounced) were the ones who “rejected the dantolas and other non-Germanic names”.
In June 2018, Facebook removed the page and the content of the page, but the page was still listed on the company’s site.
In September 2018, a video from the YouTube channel “Danton” (which translates to “God of God”) was uploaded to YouTube by the same person who uploaded the original German edition.
In December 2018, the “Dantes” (Dantello) name was added to the company website.
So although it may not be the right name, Google is trying to make a name for itself that has some meaning and relevance in the world of internet search engines.