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Ld.

07:52 Feb 24, 2012
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals / regulatory affairs (Argentina)
Spanish term or phrase: Ld.
This abbreviation comes at the bottom of an official letter issued by the Dirección de Evaluación de Medicamentos in Argentina to approve an amendment to a Clinical Trial Protocol.

Specifically:

Dirección de Evaluación de Medicamentos
Buenos Aires, 10 de octubre de 2011
Ld.

Further down there is a signature and name.

Can anyone help me on this one?
Thanks in advance,
Emma
Emma Goldsmith
Spain
Local time: 16:29

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liz askew

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Reference information:
see page 4

http://www.anmat.gov.ar/boletin_anmat/febrero_2011/Dispo_115...

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Note added at 48 mins (2012-02-24 08:41:02 GMT)
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I can only think of "leído" but does it make sense?

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Note added at 54 mins (2012-02-24 08:47:09 GMT)
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I would put this to the legal forum:)

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Note added at 57 mins (2012-02-24 08:50:20 GMT)
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here the initials are "ejb"

http://www.anmat.gov.ar/boletin_anmat/julio_2011/Dispo_5080-...

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Note added at 59 mins (2012-02-24 08:52:29 GMT)
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I notice there are two signatures, one on the left and one on the right

so maybe this is just the initials of the person signing? I wouldn't spend much more time on this.

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Note added at 1 hr (2012-02-24 09:19:43 GMT)
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I agree with you! No use banging our heads against a brick wall:)

liz askew
United Kingdom
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Note to reference poster
Asker: Thanks for looking, Liz. I like "leído" but not sure it makes sense here. I think I will just leave a comment to say I haven't figured it out.


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agree  Paula Ramos: It seems to be the initials of someone checking the legal content, maybe a notary.
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