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Starck a.a.O.

English translation: in location aforementioned Starck

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German term or phrase:Starck a.a.O.
English translation:in location aforementioned Starck
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05:37 Apr 14, 2001
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German term or phrase: Starck a.a.O.
This also looks like a reporter. Any ideas?
Asya Sokirko
United States
Local time: 16:11
I agree with Martina, just to confirl her a.a.O.
Explanation:
Regarding Starck, though : do you have any more precisions, regarding the field to look into?
To give you just a few ideas of Starcks:
-name of a designer (Interior designer, well know for his furniture, especially his chairs, and home gadjets). First name Philip.

- name of a design and architecture magazine

- name of a compagny making watches

- name of an American compagny making chemicals

- name and plant of a company specializing in industrial components.


Have you tried Yahoo on this, they are bond to have some further suggestions.

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Bono
Local time: 22:11
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naSee explanation box.
Astrid Elke Witte
naI agree with Martina, just to confirl her a.a.O.Bono
naloc. cit.
Davorka Grgic


  

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39 mins
loc. cit.


Explanation:
a.a.O. = am angegebenen Ort = in the place quoted, loc cit (abbrev)

Starck should be either the author or the name of the source (book, magazine..)

Good luck.

M.



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Davorka Grgic
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57 mins
I agree with Martina, just to confirl her a.a.O.


Explanation:
Regarding Starck, though : do you have any more precisions, regarding the field to look into?
To give you just a few ideas of Starcks:
-name of a designer (Interior designer, well know for his furniture, especially his chairs, and home gadjets). First name Philip.

- name of a design and architecture magazine

- name of a compagny making watches

- name of an American compagny making chemicals

- name and plant of a company specializing in industrial components.


Have you tried Yahoo on this, they are bond to have some further suggestions.

Best wishes for this Easter Weekend!

Bono
Local time: 22:11
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PRO pts in pair: 15
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5 hrs
See explanation box.


Explanation:
Starck is a reference to an authorative legal book of some sort and must have been referred to previously in the document you are translating, with a page/paragraph/section reference following it. a.a.O. is used the second time round as an abbreviation, instead of repeating the reference again. And, as others have already told you, it stands for "am angegebenen Ort".

Astrid Elke Witte
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