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Translator for the FBI Accused of Lying About Hearing His Own Voice on Wiretap

Reported in the Washington Post: He is the third person in his immediate family to be publicly ensnared in a terrorism investigation. But defense attorney Nina Ginsberg said the case had no connection to Wehelie’s sons and that her client was not accused of any involvement in terrorist activity. “There is no allegation than an…
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CATI Fall Workshops – 2018

Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018 Time: 9am – 4:30pm Location: Wake Technical Community College North Campus – 6600 Louisburg Rd, Raleigh, NC 27616 (Building H, Room 285) Parking is available on site. See map for nearest lot: MAP Each session is pending CEU credits from ATA. See abstracts below for more information.  REGISTER HERE: CATI…
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CATI Needs YOU!

I. OVERVIEW The Carolina Association of Translators and Interpreters (CATI -> www.catiweb.org) is planning to hold TWO, 3-hour, hands-on, translation workshops, on Saturday, September 15, 2018, at Wake Technical Community College’s Northern Campus. CATI surveyed its members in mid-July. Four over-arching themes are in demand! They are: editing translations into English; legal translation; medical translation;…
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AIIC USA Seminar: Marketing and Negotiating for Interpreters

You don’t want to miss this. You’re invited to our 2-day AIIC USA Seminar Understanding Marketing and Negotiating for Interpreters with Julia Poger
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The Economist explains: Why the French are arguing over a small dot Questions of punctuation excite rare passion in France

I wanted to pass along this link to an article in The Economist, about how language is changing in France.
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The Economist explains: Why the French are arguing over a small dot Questions of punctuation excite rare passion in France

I wanted to pass along this link to an article in The Economist, about how language is changing in France.
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