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El C. Juez de la Oficina Central del Registro Civil de Distrito Federal. A


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17:16 Apr 4, 2008
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Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Spanish term or phrase: El C. Juez de la Oficina Central del Registro Civil de Distrito Federal. A
This is from a Mexican birth certificate. I understand the phrase, what I'm having problems with is the "A" at the end. What does that stand for?
Deborah Adeogba
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Deborah, I hope you have finished this translation by now ;-) I know it is way after the fact, but I suppose it may be useful in case someone has the same question in the future. I am translating a death certificate that contains the exact same frase. By any chance, after the ".A" is there a date? I assume that, if so, the "A" belongs to the next sentence, meaning "On". (e.g., On January 4th, 2009)

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agree  Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs: Yes, it's the date. The fact of writing/printing incomplete sentences or writing them in two lines instead of only one is very frequent in this type of documents: "A" on the first line and the rest of the date below.
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