I did a google on "activestate Lingua::sentence" and understand incrementally a bit more. On the ActiveState user forum there was a similar question but the OP wasn't able to present a clear example of his issue. Your example is a great clear one. I'd give ActiveState a chance to recommend their solution/work-a-round. Something is wrong in the module, but I don't know what. Presumably you'd want all of these language specific files to be included in the .exe so that you could calculate a table to use at run-time? In the mean time, I'd do what you have to do in order to force this EN file into the .exe as a short term measure.
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