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Bob Kerns  Identity Verified
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Local time: 12:00
Member (2002)
German to English
Jul 24, 2002

I stumbled across this site today and would like to share it with you:



http://www.suliscommunication.com/links/index.htm



Under Language Resources there are some useful dictionaries and under Useful Links you\'ll find (guess what?) some really useful glossary links.



The URL above takes you to the English home page, at the bottom of which you can switch to the other languages.


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alx  Identity Verified
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Cheers Mate! Jul 24, 2002

checked it out, that will go in my favorites then. Thanks again, when one gets something for free these days, one has to be grateful.

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Beth Kantus  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 06:00
German to English
well worth sharing... Jul 24, 2002

specially liked the manufacturing systems definition of nerd - thanks very much for these references!

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