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07:13 Aug 26, 2002
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Norwegian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
Norwegian term or phrase: butter bla.
Mange butter bla. Etter to-tre spørsmål.

Motivational piece.
Andy Bell
Local time: 03:40
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3many buts among other
Liss Myrås
3bad Norwegian...
Eivind Lilleskjaeret


  

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bad Norwegian...


Explanation:
... so I'll rephrase: "For mange butter det imot etter to-tre spørsmål". (I am not dead certain, but this is what I think the author means.) The "bla." must be a misplaced "bl.a." - "blant annet".
"butte imot" means running one's head into the wall, figuratively speaking.

Eivind Lilleskjaeret
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many buts among other


Explanation:
Hi Andy!

I am not sure about the context, but I belive that it is about having \"buts\" and \"questionings\" from the motivation piece text?

but=men/

Good luck *S*

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