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CDRom \"Mysoft Dictionaries\" - Eng-Fre or Fre/Eng
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Gabriela Frazao  Identity Verified
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Apr 13, 2002

One of my favourite CDRom is the

\"Grand Bilingue - Dictionnaire Juridique and Economique\", which I use for a long a time ago.

In my opinion, it is an excellent translation tool - user-friendly, accurate and all-inclusive.

This valuable dictionary is quite unkown (i.e. in my country).

But you may have a look at:

http://www.mysoft.fr/produit.htm





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bharg  Identity Verified
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Great info Apr 13, 2002

Thanks for the excellent information. The site gives a good overview of the products offered. I have decided to buy the entire Grande Bilingue set!! THanks once again

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Bits P Ltd
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Thanx for valuable info!! Apr 14, 2002

Will definitely check this out.

Thanx once again...


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