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Gary Stringham
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re: How to bang often many than vindicatory!
Gary Stringham   11/16/2010 4:23:52 PM
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Here is the original article. http://www.efymagonline.com/pdf/Career_Embedded-Engineer.pdf. After comparing the two, I've decided it wasn't translated to a different language and back. The sentences are all structured identically; only words were changed to other synonyms. It was as if it were transliterated from English to English. Why would someone do that? One of my favorites is "just" that was translated to "virtuous" and "righteous." "a mobile phone does more than 'just' calling." "...more than 'virtuous' calling." Another one is "trained" engineers became "housebroken" engineers.

Max The Magnificent
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re: How to bang often many than vindicatory!
Max The Magnificent   11/15/2010 9:07:59 PM
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This is so bad that you just cannot help but go keep on going back for more, such as "Embedded devices are being victimized in more and much safety-critical applications." (grin)

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