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Subject:Re: Japanese translation? From:Herman Holtz <holtz -at- CLARK -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 15 Feb 1995 18:22:59 -0500
Where is your friend located? Here in the Washignton, DC area, when I
needed translations, I could turn to the State Department list of
translators or to the scientific/engineering community of NASA at Goddard
Space Flight Center. Have your friend check with the nearest center of
engineering activity as a probable source of capability to do what he
needs to have done.
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On Wed, 15 Feb 1995, PICKETT-HARNER, Molly wrote:
> A colleague has a Toxicology article [7 pages] he'd like to have translated
> into English. Does anyone know where we can have this done? Approximate
> Thanks for any help/advice,
> Molly Pickett-Harner
> mop1 -at- niords1 -dot- em -dot- cdc