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accepted Help reworking a sentence to make it less ambigious
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comment Help reworking a sentence to make it less ambigious
I'd go with yours @KateGregory, if only you were to post it as an answer...
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comment Help reworking a sentence to make it less ambigious
@TimLymington I'm not sure I get it :-(
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comment Help reworking a sentence to make it less ambigious
Just an example of code that represents the document.
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comment How do I designate the footnotes that are mine inside a quote?
But I am an author - not an editor or translator. Thanks for the answer.
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comment How would you say “written for a Latin population”?
@phenry - Both actually. One without the other would not be the exact meaning I am looking for, thanks!
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comment How would you say “written for a Latin population”?
people of Italy is rather cumbersome... I will, of course, use this if there is no other option.