Angelegt: 1 Zwischenzeile -/-

English translation: Enclosed: one extra line

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German term or phrase:Angelegt: 1 Zwischenzeile -/-
English translation:Enclosed: one extra line
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09:48 Jul 1, 2000
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German term or phrase: Angelegt: 1 Zwischenzeile -/-
Another entry on a marriage certificate.
Sorry for lack of context
Thanks for any help Claire
Agius Language & Translation
United Kingdom
Local time: 11:16
Enclosed: one extra line (see reverse)
Explanation:
I'm sorry, but my colleagues all have it wrong. "Angelegt" means enclosed or attached here; in this case: an extra line has been added, and it can be found on the reverse side of the sheet.
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naEnclosed: one extra line (see reverse)
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na?? a line between the lines ??
Dan McCrosky
naIntermediate line
William Scheckel


  

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1 hr
Intermediate line


Explanation:
This is from PONS D>E dictionary. The other bestsuggestion is "space-line" but this does not seem to be at all appropriate for your context. Hope this helps, Will

William Scheckel
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2 hrs
?? a line between the lines ??


Explanation:
Does it perhaps mean that something was typed or written between two other lines? - According to Cassels, Zwischenzeilig can mean interlinear.

Dan McCrosky
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6 hrs
Enclosed: one extra line (see reverse)


Explanation:
I'm sorry, but my colleagues all have it wrong. "Angelegt" means enclosed or attached here; in this case: an extra line has been added, and it can be found on the reverse side of the sheet.

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