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Re: Help: abbreviation i.s.

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  • kanadan2003
    ... per ... and ... Coiline, Jedna se pravdepodobne o rozdilne skusenosti. Nevim pro koho druhy kolega to preklada ale mate urcite pravdu, ze zadny prumerny
    Message 1 of 8 , Aug 2, 2003
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      > Hi there nameless person!
      > Perhaps this is a UK/US usage difference? (or perhaps even a US/UK
      > vs Irl. difference?) I have literally seen (and even received)
      > scores of business/official letters etc. in English with p.p. or
      per
      > pro written before the signature by the relevant person's
      > secretary. You will also find both per pro and p.p. in the COED
      and
      > other dictionaries (although considering the sort of documents I
      > have seen from the sources you mention, these may be publications
      > that the US Government, military, and indeed the business world in
      > general, are not familiar with) :-)
      > Best regards
      > Coilin

      Coiline,

      Jedna se pravdepodobne o rozdilne skusenosti. Nevim pro koho druhy
      kolega to preklada ale mate urcite pravdu, ze zadny prumerny
      american - at je to businessman nebo bigos - tomu nebude rozumet az
      tam uvidi zkratku p.p. bez ohledu na to jestli se to "skusenejsi"
      lidi najdou v jakemkoliv slovniku. ;-)

      Na zdravi
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