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Translation, Interpretation and Bilingualism… or, I Have Sinned

By Adriana Adarve – Owner of Adarve Translations & Donnamarie Leemann – Head of Marketing at Adarve Translations 796 more words

Rosetta Contact 11/19

What most helps you learn a new language? What tips could you give someone beginning their study of a foreign language?

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Dr Matt Taylor's shirt was offensive, but it isn't the end of the world

Picture for a moment that you have just gotten a job at NASA. You’ve spent thousands on student loans, toiled over your postgraduate thesis and poured your heart and soul in to a rigorous application process. 747 more words


Misery Index Week 12: Suffering in South Bend

Having been around the college football block a few times, the Misery Index has come to the conclusion that no job wears a coach out like Notre Dame. 3,230 more words


Philae Lander

Methinks . . . oh I’m sure you can figure this one out on your own.

From today’s main Wikipedia page.

“The Philae lander, deployed from the European Space Agency’s Rosetta probe, reaches the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko (pictured pre-landing).” 48 more words


#40 - Rosetta Stone

*Read the post here http://egyptnewsletter.co.uk

Something our modern judges and politicians should read

“The Egyptians apply special diligence to the administration of justice. They are convinced that the decisions of the courts have a most important influence on the public well-being. 305 more words

Current Newsletter

Comet lander 'working well', but may be on slope


Paris (AFP) Nov 13, 2014
Europe’s robot lab Philae was “working well” on the surface of its host comet, though likely perched on a steep slope, ground controllers said a day after the probe made its historic landing.

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