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    I came up with this article and I think it's worth sharing: 10 Fascinating Interpreters Who Changed History - Listverse

    These people lived amazing lives!

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    Amazing article! My favorite is Estevanico!!!

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    And there some women on it! I think that's very interesting!

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    Este artículo me hace recordar el porqué de la necesidad de una "traducción fiel al original", que es parte de la fórmula sacramental en una traducción pública.

    During the negotiations, the Russians altered the wording of the provisional treaty, telling the Jesuits: “You need not tell the Chinese delegates all the details, the treaty was written in Latin and the Chinese would know nothing at all.”

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    Gracias por el artículo, no sabía sobre Thomas Pereira. Muy bueno el resumen

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