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SDL Trados Studio 2014 Getting Started Part 1: Translating

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DawnAnnCurtis  Identity Verified
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Spanish to English
Do you have standby places if any of those who have registered and not paid don't show? Dec 10, 2013

I'm regretting not registering sooner and I've been checking back to see if anyone has dropped out. I notice that with only around 16 hours to start there are still a number who haven't paid. If anyone doesn't want their place, please let me know and I'll snap it up!
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