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Entered by: Yodfat Glazer (X)

23:22 Feb 21, 2007
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / Birth Registration Certificate
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I am translating a birth registration certificate and at the very bottom of the certificate there are some acronyms that I don't know how to translate:

1000 xד.מ.י-ם 100 ‎
1789/ס‎
93/מר

Does anyone have any idea about this?
Thanks.
Yodfat Glazer (X)
United States
Local time: 11:11
Please see reply ;-)
Explanation:
These are the printing company's identifying codes. Usually I translitere them as best as I can. For example, 1000 x 100 is a code for the quantity printed in one go.
I know this because I used to be involved in ordering office forms during my service ;-)

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Note added at 50 mins (2007-02-22 00:12:47 GMT)
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Transliterate, of course. E.g.
D.M.J-M 100 x 1000
(J-M may well refer to the location, i.e. Jerusalem, but not sure about that).

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Note added at 51 mins (2007-02-22 00:13:42 GMT)
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Grrr ..... as best I can.
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Eynnat
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Thanks so much Eynnat; your answer has been most helpful!
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Please see reply ;-)


Explanation:
These are the printing company's identifying codes. Usually I translitere them as best as I can. For example, 1000 x 100 is a code for the quantity printed in one go.
I know this because I used to be involved in ordering office forms during my service ;-)

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 50 mins (2007-02-22 00:12:47 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Transliterate, of course. E.g.
D.M.J-M 100 x 1000
(J-M may well refer to the location, i.e. Jerusalem, but not sure about that).

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 51 mins (2007-02-22 00:13:42 GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Grrr ..... as best I can.

Eynnat
PRO pts in category: 4
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Thanks so much Eynnat; your answer has been most helpful!

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