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  • noun An abbreviation of translation.

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Examples

  • Florence, 1880); BALZANI, Le cronache italiane nel medio evo, also in English transl.,

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • The presence of the relics of St. John hasn't transl ated into a tourist bonanza in any of these other resting places.

    Bulgaria Looks to John the Baptist to Resurrect Flagging Economy

  • The surprise is that up until now an English-language transl ation of Grossman's lengthy article has never been published in its entirety.

    Rediscovering Europe's War-Time Writers

  • / Let it all go down / So long as it's beer. transl. by Keith Bosley While in Nurmijärvi, Kivi liked to swim, fish and roam the wild forests with his rifle on his shoulder.

    Aleksis Kivi

  • In so doing he commits himself to defend all the failings and foolishness which characterize it with his every word and deed. — - Arthur Schopenhauer, Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit, ch iv in Schopenhauers Sämmtliche Werke in fünf Bänden, vol. 4, p. 242 (S.H. transl.) # posted by Anderson: 5: 51 PM

    Balkinization

  • Alexander von Humboldt – eine hebräische Lebensbeschreibung von Chaim Selig Slonimski (1810 – 1904), ed. by Kurt-Jürgen Maaß, transl. from the Hebrew by Orna Carmel, 53 – 54.

    Berlin Salons: Late Eighteenth to Early Twentieth Century.

  • Jewish Language Research Website, 2003.www. jewish-languages.org/jewish-malayalam. html; Zacharia, Scaria & Ophira Gamliel, ed. and transl.

    Cochin: Jewish Women's Music.

  • / Let it all go down / So long as it's beer. transl. by Keith Bosley While in Nurmijärvi, Kivi liked to swim, fish and roam the wild forests with his rifle on his shoulder.

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  • In so doing he commits himself to defend all the failings and foolishness which characterize it with his every word and deed. — - Arthur Schopenhauer, Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit, ch iv in Schopenhauers Sämmtliche Werke in fünf Bänden, vol. 4, p. 242 (S.H. transl.) # posted by Anderson: 5: 51 PM

    Balkinization

  • In so doing he commits himself to defend all the failings and foolishness which characterize it with his every word and deed. — - Arthur Schopenhauer, Aphorismen zur Lebensweisheit, ch iv in Schopenhauers Sämmtliche Werke in fünf Bänden, vol. 4, p. 242 (S.H. transl.) # posted by Anderson: 5: 51 PM

    Balkinization

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