Actually, I think IronPython inherits the CLR's strong Unicode support and globalization. Strike those from my reply.
I do like Boo's defaulting to static typing to catch lots more errors at compile time and, in the few circumstances where duck typing is handy (i.e. heterogeneous array of objects), Boo offers a "duck" type. Sounds very practical.
Sorry for hitting "submit" too early. :)
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