In case anyone else comes across this term, I have been reliably advised that in this context it refers to the ID card of the bearer of the document, not tomeheathus
Dear all, I wonder whether anyone can advise me how to translate these two words which appear below the bearer's ID No. on the top left hand corner of a degreemeheathus
I agree with your opinion on "written out", it's a bit confusing. Perhaps they want to say that it refers to grades where there are no numbers (and no scale).zzeniv36
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