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  1. Luis Spanish Translator with all proofreading rights

    I would translate "major" as "principal" or "importante", not "majoritaria".

  2. Pablo Spanish Translator with all proofreading rights

    Not sure what to do here. Does it "major" involve "important"? Any suggestions?

  3. olagorie German Translator with proofreading rights on other people’s translations only

    big, important

  4. Grada Dutch Translator with proofreading rights on other people’s translations only

    Is 'news organization' ook te vertalen als 'persagentschap'? Ik vind de letterlijke vertaling nieuws-organisatie niet zo mooi. Wat vinden jullie?

  5. Klaartje Manager

    Het is inderdaad niet zo mooi, maar persagentschap betekent iets anders, dacht ik. Het gaat om omroepen, kranten en andere media... een persagentschap levert informatie aan die media. We blijven even denken (en ik gooi wat woorden in de synoniemengenerator).

  6. Klaartje Manager

    "Grote omroep of publicatie"? Ik meen dat dat laatste begrip zowel kranten als tijdschriften dekt. En ook, meen ik, websites.

  7. Grada Dutch Translator with proofreading rights on other people’s translations only

    Ik moet hier wat langer over nadenken. Kom er later nog op terug, misschien schiet me zo spontaan iets te binnen (schreef ze hoopvol ;-) )


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  1. As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders. Thank you!
    As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders. Thank you!

    As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders.  Thank you!

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  2. As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders. Thank you!
    As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders. Thank you!

    As you can see from all the coverage below, the BookCrossing movement makes a <i>great</i> feature story. If you're a member of the press and would like to find interview subjects, we suggest <a href="/search">searching</a> for active members in your area, then sending them a "Private Message" from their bookshelf page (you'll need to <a href="/join">Join</a> first). If you're with a major news organization or publication, please <a href="/contact">contact us</a> for help in scheduling interviews with our members or founders.  Thank you!

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