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Kim Metzger  Identity Verified
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Oct 25, 2002

I just stumbled onto this very interesting glossary.



http://www.archinform.net/stichli/index.htm?ID=b67d8f664ca1be63a2a354ad1401af10

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Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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GE EN architecture glossary - CORRECTION Oct 25, 2002

Thanks Kim!



This link works better:



http://www.archinform.net/stichli/index.htm


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xxxmgonzalez
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Thank you very much. Oct 25, 2002

The glossary is actually German, English, French, and Italian, although the site itself is only in english and German. Again, thank you. Best regards. MG.

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Catherine Bolton  Identity Verified
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Thanks so much! Oct 27, 2002

I\'ve already bookmarked it. Thanks for the info!

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