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Dylan Jan Hartmann  Identity Verified
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Feb 9, 2016

Following on from my previous post on whether translators should be given credit for their work ( http://www.proz.com/topic/296681 ) I would like to share the credits section of the latest issue of the publication in question with you all icon_smile.gif

I hope this shows to other translators working in areas where you think you ought to be recognised, it's worth asking for credit.

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[Edited at 2016-02-09 02:12 GMT]


 

Serena Basili  Identity Verified
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CONGRATS! Feb 9, 2016

Well done Dylan!icon_smile.gif

 


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