Colossal glossar collection deu, eng, dan a.o.
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Mats Wiman  Identity Verified
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Mar 23, 2002

I just found this old tip:

http://home8.inet.tele.dk/p-spitz/Bookmarks/Bookmarks1.html#Abbreviations%20%20%20Acronyms



Haven\'t checked yet.



Mats


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Margaret Lagoyianni
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Gigantic library Mar 23, 2002

WOW! You\'d need a gigantic library to house all these resources. The wonders of the Internet!

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Marcus Malabad  Identity Verified
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even bigger Mar 23, 2002

Since we\'re at a streak here, follow the link below for the largest collection on the Web of GermanEnglish (and monolingual German, monolingual English) glossaries (over 2,000) on the most varied subjects imaginable:



http://www.jump.net/~fdietz/glossary.htm



The compiler\'s name is Frank Dietz, a DeEn translator living in Austin.

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Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
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yes indeed Mar 23, 2002

Both quoted references are indeed excellent! I have been using these sites for several years and they keep on growing.



Which brings me to the following question: what happened to all the links (with references, etc) we posted in the old days?



Have they been sucked up by a black hole somewhere?


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Ursula Peter-Czichi  Identity Verified
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We should collect and list all references... Mar 24, 2002

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Which brings me to the following question: what happened to all the links (with references, etc) we posted in the old days?



Have they been sucked up by a black hole somewhere?





A lot of references have been suggested over the times. I am never sure whether something is new and therefore of interest, like e.g. a site like:



recht-in.de(utschland)



It gives templates for the most common forms of legal contracts and more.



A listing of all suggested reference sites would help.

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