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Re: machine for translating e-mails?

Thank you for your advice!
irena.pr1978
Sep 4, 2007
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Re: machine for translating e-mails?

Irena, What language do you want to translate? There are some translators online. Also google.com sometimes offers automatic translation on their search engine
roncriss
Aug 21, 2007
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machine for translating e-mails?

Hello, How could I send emails translated into different languages? I know that for this purpose the machine translation could be used, but that is something
irena.pr1978
Aug 21, 2007
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Dante Quotes

I'm working on a Dante t-shirt, based on our group photo. I need a good short quote that has something to do with God or religion. I'm not too confident in
roncriss
Feb 2, 2007
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Re: Vatican working on Divine Comedy Rock Opera!

Btw, you can view a video at the official site: http://www.ladivinacommediaopera.it/ Looks pretty cool! The article attempts to sensationalize the new, by
roncriss
Jan 4, 2007
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Vatican working on Divine Comedy Rock Opera!

Vatican plans punk version of Divine Comedy [Published: Wednesday 3, January 2007 - 09:38] By John Phillips in Rome The Vatican has challenged purist Roman
roncriss
Jan 4, 2007
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

David, The intuitive side is the spirit. Most people don't really listen to their spirit. Ron ... admire about the poem is its synthesis of structure (I am
roncriss
Nov 9, 2006
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Re: Who was the man?

David, I think he was bothered that people incurred such punishment. And he pitied them. But not in the sense that he felt the punishment was un- deserved.
roncriss
Nov 9, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

Ron, Thank you for the suggestions, but here we diverge. What I admire about the poem is its synthesis of structure (I am similary mathematical), its profound
David Camp
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

Ron, It is entirely possible you are right, but it is hard to really know for sure. He was a stickler for seeing to it that people got what they deserved, so
David Camp
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

Love those beasts and how they permeate the whole work. I've begun a second 1,800-image pass of my own through the work, not intended as illustration mind
David Camp
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

David, That's what I mean by suggesting that you are projecting. Critiquing your view is half the battle. Of course we can never totally avoid subjectivity and
roncriss
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

David, Remember the beasts he encountered in the beginning? They represented lust, anger and greed. He fully acknowledged that he had "strayed from the true
roncriss
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

David, I am suggesting that Dante was not, as you suggested, "uneasy about having to condemn people like Virgil". First I think you misunderstand the position
roncriss
Nov 8, 2006
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Re: [Divina Commedia] Who was the man?

Given what I just said about how a person's comments on the poem say as much about the person making the comment as they say about the poem itself, I suppose
David Camp
Nov 7, 2006
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