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Off topic: Bureaucratese, anyone?
Thread poster: Alexandra Goldburt
Alexandra Goldburt
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Dec 15, 2008

If you ever need to translate from or into bureaucratese, this online dictionary might help:

Have a good laugh!

[Edited at 2008-12-15 15:09 GMT]

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Özden Arıkan  Identity Verified
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Thanks for the laugh :-) Dec 15, 2008

Good one. But will you please delete the period at the end of the URL, so that the link could work at one click without hornerc?

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Alexandra Goldburt
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Period deleted at Özden's suggestion. Dec 15, 2008

I'm glad you found it funny, Özden!

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