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“A person who can speak many languages is also called a Polyglot”
“HM, Hebrew Munsteri, published by Munster in Basle A.D. 1542, found in Walton's "Polyglot".”
“HF, Hebrew Fagii, a very free translation of AB, done in the twelfth century by a Jewish scholar: it is found in Walton's "Polyglot". (d)”
“Polyglot that he is, What language do you think Mourinho swears in mentally?”
“Internet Polyglot - Internet Polyglot offers free tools and lessons for over 20 languages.”
“Polyglot immigrants were " ten a penny " in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of interwar Nice, but Gary ' s Jewish roots caught up with him in 1939, when he failed a French Air Force examination because he was " too recently naturalized " and instead of the glamour of flight, he became a gunnery instructor.”
“I just dont want England turned into a Polyglot boarding house for the riff raff of the world.”
“A half hour later the Pennsylvania Polyglot strolled into the bee hive of the flight tower and announced rather drolly that Scotty was in the men's room and refused to come out, and the green men from Mars were going to circle the earth three times and if we didn't give them a landing clearance by then, they were going to turn everyone on earth green and fly home again.”
“Benny the Irish Polyglot is the epitome of the globetrotting translator , but most of us do love the freedom translating affords.”
“I think in a way we all want to be like the Irish Polyglot, so awesome!”
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