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11:39 Aug 16, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase: El Progreso
used as a judicial sort of title in a legal document
craig snyder
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naDevelopment
Maria
naDesarolloNNieto


  

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24 mins
Desarollo


Explanation:
Need a little more context. This should help since I think it might be talking about legal developments but with no other context it is impossible to ascertain

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PRO pts in pair: 54

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1 hr
Development


Explanation:
It could also be development, but NN is right, more context could help. What does the paragraph after the title suggest? It can also refer to the progress made in the development of the case.

Happy translating! ;o)



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