ラルフ・ジークフリート(イタリア)

Italian translation: Ralf Siegfried

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Japanese term or phrase:ラルフ・ジークフリート(イタリア)
Italian translation:Ralf Siegfried
Entered by: Yasutomo Kanazawa

11:40 Dec 26, 2009
Japanese to Italian translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / Name of Inventor
Japanese term or phrase: ラルフ・ジークフリート(イタリア)
sorry my previous question is the name of a company..not the inventor
Roger Johnson
Local time: 18:57
Ralf Siegfried
Explanation:
Most probably a German and not an Italian.

http://www.ipexl.com/directory/ja/inventor/Orlandi_Marco_1.h...
http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/ja/ia.jsp?ia=IT2007/000500
http://www.faqs.org/patents/inv/782562

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Note added at 7 days (2010-01-03 05:35:07 GMT)
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FYI, in German, the first S is pronounced as "z" as in "zoo", the "g" as "k" in "kangaroo", and the last "d" is pronounced as "t" as in "take".
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Japan
Local time: 18:57
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Ralf Siegfried


Explanation:
Most probably a German and not an Italian.

http://www.ipexl.com/directory/ja/inventor/Orlandi_Marco_1.h...
http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/ja/ia.jsp?ia=IT2007/000500
http://www.faqs.org/patents/inv/782562

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Note added at 7 days (2010-01-03 05:35:07 GMT)
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FYI, in German, the first S is pronounced as "z" as in "zoo", the "g" as "k" in "kangaroo", and the last "d" is pronounced as "t" as in "take".

Yasutomo Kanazawa
Japan
Local time: 18:57
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