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GlossPost: Wind Energy Glossary (eng > dan,fra,deu,esl)
Thread poster: Victoria Jordán
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Jul 14, 2003

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Posted by: Victoria Jordán

Title: Wind Energy Glossary

Source language(s): eng

Target language(s): dan,fra,deu,esl

Source: Danish Wind Industry Association

Keywords: Wind energy, Aerodynamics,



URL: http://www.windpower.org/es/glossary.htm

GlossPost entry: http://www.proz.com/glossaries/2069


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Charlotte Blank  Identity Verified
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Great! Jul 15, 2003

Thanks for this post, I have been looking for the like since quite a long time.

There is only one little mistake I just happened to find (for German-speaking people):
acero calmado killed steel beruhichter Stall acier calmé beroliget stål...

Charlotte


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