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32723Re: [Czechlist] HELP: miscellaneous terms

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  • Martin Janda
    Feb 1, 2007
      Ahoj Jardo,

      App'd date - datum schvaleni
      App'd amount - schvalene mnozstvi


      Co se te bed camera tyce, pomohlo by tohle?
      www.anthonyross.com/content_manager/go/ID/43417/dbc/8c9826125916b392a123add34c4bc089

      Tve odhady CO a Rec'd vypadaji rozumne, ten heading netusim - pokud jsi
      si jsty, ze se preklada, skoro bych se zeptal zakaznika.

      hth
      Martin


      Jaroslav Hejzlar napsal(a):
      > Hello, dear listmates!
      > I am translating some documents on supply and installation of special process equipment for paper works and in particular the recovery boiler air system.
      >
      > In the punch list, there is one item I do not understand quite well (the problematic term is in upper case):
      >
      > "Rail and support for BED CAMERA on front wall to be temporarily erected."
      >
      > Then there is a document with the heading:
      >
      > CO-LOGG
      > KPAB-VAM
      > (where only the "VAM" part is quite clear, because it is the name of the German contractor)
      >
      > and the document contains a table with the following columns:
      >
      > CO no. - Subject - Amount - Rec'd date - App'd date - App'd amount - Comments
      >
      > I guess that "CO" could be "change order", the next two columns are clear, then I guess that "Rec'd date" could be "Date of receipt", but I am completely at a loss with the next two columns ("App'd date" and "App'd amount").
      >
      > Can you please help as soon as possible (by noon at the latest)? TIA
      >
      > Regards,
      >
      > Jarda
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      > http://news4linguists.blogspot.com/
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