Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of MultiLingual


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04/16/09 18:09:43 (11 years ago)
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gschadow
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    3 WHEREAS The origins of UCUM go back to Germany and even though it's home migrated to the U.S., there is nothing about UCUM that is not international, except translations.
     3WHEREAS The origins of UCUM go back to Germany and even though it's home migrated to the U.S., there is nothing about UCUM that is not international, except the use of the English language.
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    55WHEREAS In a recent workshop on Health terminology in Germany, and likewise from colleagues in Thailand, the question was asked, whether translation of terminologies into multiple languages really is a good idea. Fortunately, English in the world today is what Latin was in medieval Europe, e.g., a common language shared by many scientists around the world and well suited to communicate technical ideas.