phrase

Polish translation: niżej

13:19 Apr 29, 2005
English to Polish translations [PRO]
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The more so, since it was on them that the Barbizon school had developed ...
SignoraAnna
Poland
Local time: 04:01
Polish translation:niżej
Explanation:
Propozycja: "Tym bardziej, że to właśnie na nich oparli się twórcy szkoły barbizońskiej..."
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Piotr Rypalski
Poland
Local time: 04:01
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niżej


Explanation:
Propozycja: "Tym bardziej, że to właśnie na nich oparli się twórcy szkoły barbizońskiej..."

Piotr Rypalski
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Local time: 04:01
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neutral  Magda Dziadosz: KudoZ Rules 2.6 - Expressions such as 'see below' must not be entered in the form boxes intended for the term in question, or its proposed translations. Entering such expressions interferes with the expected display of the KudoZ viewing page, alerts, etc
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  -> Sorry, I haven't noticed your previous remark. It won't happen again!

agree  legato: Tym niemniej propozycja bardzo dobra
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agree  Joanna Borowska
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agree  Pawel Gromek
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agree  possum
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