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Re: [Czechlist] Re: [Czechlist] kypøici látka amonium

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  • Melvyn Clarke
    Hi Rachel, ... Thanks for sharing your ideas and links with us - and I very much enjoyed watching your baking powder drama unfolding in front of my eyes...it
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 30, 2000
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      Hi Rachel,

      >Hmm. How many translators start out thinking they're going to translate
      >the
      >next Klima/Kundera/Skvorecky novel, and end up bogged down in wondering
      >about the intricacies of baking powder or legal terminology?
      >
      >But, since that's what always happens, and translators have to translate
      >all
      >kinds of texts in fields they're not experts in, I wondered if we could
      >share useful website links.



      Thanks for sharing your ideas and links with us - and I very much enjoyed
      watching your
      baking powder drama unfolding in front of my eyes...it could *just* be the
      decisive clue in a detective story....

      You might like to have a look at my own links page on

      http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Forum/7953/preamb.html

      including a few Czech-English glossaries. This also includes a link to a
      page by some chap
      in Denmark who has put together 200 K of links to specialist glossaries -
      chocolate-making,
      plasma fusion, you name it. Don't miss the list of world cheeses. I'll bet
      you anything you like they have a compendium of baking soda there too. I
      think this is one of the
      best glossary lists around:

      http://home8.inet.tele.dk/p.spitz

      It would be nice to hear other recommendations.

      Melvyn

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