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said the linguist, waving his cocoa in an illustrative manner, "all de vorlt is at vor
Indeed, it was almost mesmeric, the effect which this giggling ruffian had produced upon the unfortunate linguist, for he could not speak of him save with trembling hands and a blanched cheek.
They were carefully examined, and showed that he was a keen student of international politics, an indefatigable gossip, a remarkable linguist, and an untiring letter writer.
Pakistani Linguists should work on regional languages so that illiterate and less educated people may also benefit from modern developments.
On April 21, 2017 at the UN Headquarters in New York, the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Belarus to the United Nations, Andrei Dapkiunas, participated in a panel discussion International Organisations and Academia, Partners in Sustaining Multilingualism in the Service of Peace, Development and Human Rights that was held within the framework of the 5th Conference of universities that signed memorandum of understanding with the UN on cooperation in the training of professional linguists for working in the UN system.
The management has more than 30 years' experience as professional linguists with memberships in the British Chartered Institute of Linguists, the Institute of Translation & Interpreting, and the Institute of Scientific & Technical Communicators.
Linguists offer perhaps an unprecedented look at the phenomenon of cross-linguist influence from a cognitivist perspective.
By this time Carwyn was captain, and when eventually a fixture was granted and the entire Guards Batallion were marched out to line the touchlines, their officers comfortably seated on their shooting sticks, Carwyn led his Linguists onto the field.
Army began during World War II, when second generation Japanese, known as Nisei, trained as our first Cryptologic Linguists.
Linguists Iona thought it was the abbreviation for ola kola.
Linguists and English language scholars survey recent research by corpus linguists, computational linguists, and linguists who use corpora in their own specialty.
According to the company, the system, called 'Poppy', is relevant to all organisations that use linguists but is expected to be of particular interest to the UK's justice system.
For more than a century, traditional linguists have spent much of their time doing fieldwork-listening to native speakers to pick up on words with similar sounds, such as mother in English and madre in Spanish, and comparing how various tongues arrange subjects, verbs, objects and other grammatical elements into sentences.
London, Oct 11 (ANI): Linguists have claimed that they have clues about the way our ancestors spoke.
The Chartered Institute of Linguists is holding Members' Day in Durham City next month.