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a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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8220;There are 7,000 languages spoken in the world today - while we don't offer tuition for each and every one, we have exceptional quality teachers on the Lingos network covering over 30 languages, and growing.
8220;With so many choices out there, our certification program really sets Lingos and its teacher base apart from the other well-known, but uncertified listing, sites such as Gumtree and Craigslist.
By donating our leadership and management development solutions to LINGOs, we are continuing the Ninth House commitment to personal growth and cultivating better leaders globally.
LINGOs is a consortium of leading international relief and development organizations dedicated to sharing learning resources and experiences aimed at alleviating poverty and suffering and effectively responding to humanitarian emergencies around the world.
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LINGOs is a consortium that focuses on enabling international humanitarian relief and development organizations to share their learning resources and experiences.
OutStart's Chief Learning Officer, Michelle Bruce will be assisting LINGOs with learning and knowledge sharing technology strategy development to create a seamless implementation of the learning solutions.
Having been in the software business for over 25 years, it is extremely rewarding that our products and solutions can provide organizations like LINGOs the resources needed to better serve the world around us," said Massood Zarrabian, president and CEO of OutStart.
Lingo is extremely easy to use so employees can immediately take advantage of its many features.
Lingo will give businesses the critical voice mail features that they really need for around $2,500.