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  • ...please submit a support ticket: > http://proz.com/support > ---------------------------------------- James Kirchner Primary e-mail: jpkirchner@^$1 Alternate e-mail: jpkirchner@^$2 [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    James Kirchner Oct 14, 2008
  • In a message dated 5/4/04 1:26:31 PM, cz519441@^$1 writes: > I have found "hot flushes". > That's what I found. I think "hot flushes" must have turned into "hot flashes" in American parlance, and you never hear about hot flushes here now. Thanks very much for checking. Jamie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com May 4, 2004
  • In a message dated 4/28/04 4:45:01 AM, jan_smejkal@^$1 writes: > NevD+?te nD+!hodou nD+@kdo co to jsou "finger symbals"? MD+! to b〓t hudebnD+? > nD+!stroj, kter〓 se pou〓D+?vD+! pD)Li bD)Li〓nD+?m tanci. > Take a look at the Hare Krishnas as they march by chanting, and the one whose fingers are going "ding, ding, ding" is playing finger cymbals. Spisar's Anglicko-cesky...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Apr 28, 2004
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  • In a message dated 4/5/04 2:54:46 AM, czechlist@^$1 writes: > I'm not doing any arrogant things, Jamie, I just pointed out that it may > not > be as "wrong" as you said it was - and should have added that it still > shouldn't be used in textbooks... > If it's so vulgar that the British and the Americans will laugh at it, especially when used in the types of constructions that were...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Apr 5, 2004
  • In a message dated 3/31/2004 12:00:57 PM Eastern Standard Time, czechlist@^$1 writes: > I think it's a nice way of considering a partner one's not married to.... Absolutely, completely, 100% dangerously wrong! "Kin" is a very common word for relative. "Next of kin" means your nearest relative. In the hospital the implication is that they need the name and contact information for...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 31, 2004
  • In a message dated 3/30/04 7:21:29 AM, rachelandsimon@^$1 writes: > > Has anyone tried to change is mailing address for Czechlist > > through Yahoo? I tried it yesterday, but it doesn't seem to be > > working. Any suggestions? > > Have you joined Yahoo? You have to be a member in order to sign in > to Czechlist. > Yes, I've joined Yahoo, but when I try to put in a different e-mail...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 30, 2004
  • In a message dated 3/30/04 6:22:08 AM, czechlist@^$1 writes: > I find the Yahoo interface totally unhelpful, among other facts because I > don't know how to log into it, don't have a Yahoo account (and if I had I > don't remember it) and the forgot your password thing never works... > Not only that, but it claims I'm not even signed on to Czechlist, and it says I belong to a Deja...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 30, 2004
  • In a message dated 3/30/04 5:44:12 AM, HSubrtova@^$1 writes: > I much more prefer to translate from BrE. > Why? How is BrE more transparent? They've got as many arcane terms as we do, and often the American term is easier to understand than the British one. Sometimes it's vice versa. > I think it is something more formal than prihlaska. > Well, a sign-up letter could just be a...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 30, 2004
  • In a message dated 3/30/04 5:05:08 AM, jsyeaton@^$1 writes: > "Sign-up Letter" (good grief!) - how about zapis? as in zapis do > skoly? > What's the "good grief" for? There's nothing odd or unusual about that term. It just means the people are signing up (zapsat) by means of a letter, rather than filling out a form or something. It's a very normal, very transparent term. Jamie...
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 30, 2004
  • Has anyone tried to change is mailing address for Czechlist through Yahoo? I tried it yesterday, but it doesn't seem to be working. Any suggestions? Jamie [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    JPKIRCHNER@aol.com Mar 30, 2004