1st Annual ProZ.com Translation Contest. Please vote in English > Japanese.
Thread poster: RominaZ

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Dec 29, 2008

Dear all,

Final voting of the 1st Annual ProZ.com Translation Contest has closed in the majority of the pairs. However, final voting is still open in some pairs so that winners can be determined by the vote of a more representative number of colleagues.

Just a few more votes are needed in English > Japanese to be able to select a winner.

Only those translators that work in the same language pair and are native in Japanese will be able to vote.

Please, if you meet the requirements and have not voted in this contest yet, review the entries here
and select the one you think it is the best of the group.

Your colleagues are waiting to see how they did and your vote can help to bring voting to a close in that pair.

Thanks in advance for your help.


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