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  • 10 Jul 2017
      THE SOLDIER’S SERVICE DICTIONARY OF English and French Terms Hat Tip:Glossarissimo!   LE SERVICE DU SOLDAT : Dictionnaire de termes anglais et françaisCoup de chapeau : Glossarissimo!
    154 Posted by Roger McKeon
  •   THE SOLDIER’S SERVICE DICTIONARY OF English and French Terms Hat Tip:Glossarissimo!   LE SERVICE DU SOLDAT : Dictionnaire de termes anglais et françaisCoup de chapeau : Glossarissimo!
    Jul 10, 2017 154
  • 19 Jun 2017
      This edition of the World Bank Glossary (pdf document, 466 pages) has been revised and expanded by the Terminology Unit of the Bank’s Language Services Division, in close collaboration with the English and French Translation Sections. The Glossary is intended to assist the Bank’s translators and interpreters, other Bank staff using French in their work, and free-lance translators and interpreters employed by the Bank. For this reason, the Glossary contains not only financial and economic terminology and terms relating to the Bank’s procedures and practices but also terms that frequently occur in Bank documents and others for which the Bank has a preferred equivalent. Although many of the terms, relating to such fields as agriculture, education, energy, housing, law, technology, and transportation, could be found in other sources, they have been assembled here for ease of reference.Hat Tip:Glossarissimo! Cette édition du Glossaire de la Banque mondiale (document pdf, 466 pages) a été revue et augmentée par le Service de terminologie de la Division des services linguistiques de la Banque en étroite collaboration avec les sections anglaise et française de traduction. Le Glossaire vise avant tout à faciliter la tâche des traducteurs et interprètes employés parla Banque et des autres fonctionnaires qui utilisent le français dans leur travail. II contient donc, à côté de termes financiers et économiques et d’une nomenclature des procédures et pratiques de la Banque, des mots ou expressions qui apparaissent fréquemment dans les textes de l’institution ou pour lesquels elle préfère tel ou tel équivalent. Beaucoup d’entre eux, qu’on pourrait trouver dans des ouvrages sur l’agriculture, le droit, l’éducation, l’énergie, l’habitat, la technologie, les transports, etc., ont été regroupés ici pour plus de commodité.Coup de chapeau : Glossarissimo!
    156 Posted by Roger McKeon
  •   This edition of the World Bank Glossary (pdf document, 466 pages) has been revised and expanded by the Terminology Unit of the Bank’s Language Services Division, in close collaboration with the English and French Translation Sections. The Glossary is intended to assist the Bank’s translators and interpreters, other Bank staff using French in their work, and free-lance translators and interpreters employed by the Bank. For this reason, the Glossary contains not only financial and economic terminology and terms relating to the Bank’s procedures and practices but also terms that frequently occur in Bank documents and others for which the Bank has a preferred equivalent. Although many of the terms, relating to such fields as agriculture, education, energy, housing, law, technology, and transportation, could be found in other sources, they have been assembled here for ease of reference.Hat Tip:Glossarissimo! Cette édition du Glossaire de la Banque mondiale (document pdf, 466 pages) a été revue et augmentée par le Service de terminologie de la Division des services linguistiques de la Banque en étroite collaboration avec les sections anglaise et française de traduction. Le Glossaire vise avant tout à faciliter la tâche des traducteurs et interprètes employés parla Banque et des autres fonctionnaires qui utilisent le français dans leur travail. II contient donc, à côté de termes financiers et économiques et d’une nomenclature des procédures et pratiques de la Banque, des mots ou expressions qui apparaissent fréquemment dans les textes de l’institution ou pour lesquels elle préfère tel ou tel équivalent. Beaucoup d’entre eux, qu’on pourrait trouver dans des ouvrages sur l’agriculture, le droit, l’éducation, l’énergie, l’habitat, la technologie, les transports, etc., ont été regroupés ici pour plus de commodité.Coup de chapeau : Glossarissimo!
    Jun 19, 2017 156
  • 30 Mar 2017
    Perspectives on global warming consider the increased presence of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, increments in atmospheric temperature, and the effects of such temperature rises. According to the National Geographic, global warming defines the progressive rise in the earth’s atmospheric temperature as a result of the greenhouse effect. Despite existing for millennia, outstanding debates on this topic commenced in the last two centuries with the first contribution from Svante Arrhenius in the year 1896. However, the last half of the twentieth century got characterized by increasing contestations as to whether the phenomenon is reality or a fallacy. Scientists against global warming claimed that other natural sources of carbon exist. Further, they point out that carbon dioxide is not the only greenhouse gas. Finally, they indicate that global warming is not related to extreme weather and catastrophic occurrences. However, these claims remain unfounded as the phenomenon of global warming is real. Evidence for the occurrence of global warming encompasses increasing atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases, continuously rising global temperatures, the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice, and changes in sea levels. Notably, numerous claims and counter claims characterize the topic to a largely confusing extent. Opponents of this idea indicate that limits predicted in the early 1990s have not been achieved to date. One outstanding claim relates to the fact that the coldest years in the last century occurred in the last quarter of that century. Another opposing claim points to the fact that other massive sources of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases exist. This claim dismisses human activities as a possible cause of global warming. Suggested sources for these claims include volcanic activities and other natural processes. Perhaps, the most outstanding of these claims points to the presence of water vapor as a greenhouse gas. Thus, no human activity causes the increase of water vapor in the atmosphere. A keen review of these claims reveals fundamental flaws in the way they are presented. Statistics from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Yale Project on Climate Change, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and the Scripps Institute of Oceanography among others indicate that average temperatures have risen in the last hundreds of years. These institutions study the effects of climate change on glaciers, polar ice, the atmosphere, and oceans. Perhaps, a clear indicator of this can be drawn from the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice that has taken place for long. A review of previous and current levels of ice indicates that levels of ice have reduced by volumes of thousand of cubic meters. Resultantly, sea levels have kept rising by at least 0.03 cm every year. In the last one hundred years alone, the limits of atmospheric carbon dioxide have risen from 290 to 400 parts per million. This is enough to indicate that atmospheric carbon is substantially increasing. Alongside other greenhouse gases, these elements cause atmospheric heating by shielding reflected rays from escaping into the space. It may be true that human activities are not directly related to rises in the levels of water vapor. However, water vapor only increases in the atmosphere when water bodies are heated. This gets initiated by the presence of other greenhouse gases. The effect then becomes replicating as more water vapor escapes into the atmosphere. In conclusion, global warming defines the progressive rise in the earth’s atmospheric temperature as a result of the greenhouse effect. Recent claims have pointed out that claims related to global warming are false and fallacious. However, such claims remain nonfactual. Verifiable evidence for the occurrence of global warming encompasses increasing atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases, continuously rising global temperatures, the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice, and changes in sea levels.   ADDITIONAL INFO: Check my reference for "write my essay" on Global warming  Climate change: How do we know?
    2467 Posted by Darrell D. Williams
  • Perspectives on global warming consider the increased presence of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, increments in atmospheric temperature, and the effects of such temperature rises. According to the National Geographic, global warming defines the progressive rise in the earth’s atmospheric temperature as a result of the greenhouse effect. Despite existing for millennia, outstanding debates on this topic commenced in the last two centuries with the first contribution from Svante Arrhenius in the year 1896. However, the last half of the twentieth century got characterized by increasing contestations as to whether the phenomenon is reality or a fallacy. Scientists against global warming claimed that other natural sources of carbon exist. Further, they point out that carbon dioxide is not the only greenhouse gas. Finally, they indicate that global warming is not related to extreme weather and catastrophic occurrences. However, these claims remain unfounded as the phenomenon of global warming is real. Evidence for the occurrence of global warming encompasses increasing atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases, continuously rising global temperatures, the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice, and changes in sea levels. Notably, numerous claims and counter claims characterize the topic to a largely confusing extent. Opponents of this idea indicate that limits predicted in the early 1990s have not been achieved to date. One outstanding claim relates to the fact that the coldest years in the last century occurred in the last quarter of that century. Another opposing claim points to the fact that other massive sources of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases exist. This claim dismisses human activities as a possible cause of global warming. Suggested sources for these claims include volcanic activities and other natural processes. Perhaps, the most outstanding of these claims points to the presence of water vapor as a greenhouse gas. Thus, no human activity causes the increase of water vapor in the atmosphere. A keen review of these claims reveals fundamental flaws in the way they are presented. Statistics from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Yale Project on Climate Change, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and the Scripps Institute of Oceanography among others indicate that average temperatures have risen in the last hundreds of years. These institutions study the effects of climate change on glaciers, polar ice, the atmosphere, and oceans. Perhaps, a clear indicator of this can be drawn from the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice that has taken place for long. A review of previous and current levels of ice indicates that levels of ice have reduced by volumes of thousand of cubic meters. Resultantly, sea levels have kept rising by at least 0.03 cm every year. In the last one hundred years alone, the limits of atmospheric carbon dioxide have risen from 290 to 400 parts per million. This is enough to indicate that atmospheric carbon is substantially increasing. Alongside other greenhouse gases, these elements cause atmospheric heating by shielding reflected rays from escaping into the space. It may be true that human activities are not directly related to rises in the levels of water vapor. However, water vapor only increases in the atmosphere when water bodies are heated. This gets initiated by the presence of other greenhouse gases. The effect then becomes replicating as more water vapor escapes into the atmosphere. In conclusion, global warming defines the progressive rise in the earth’s atmospheric temperature as a result of the greenhouse effect. Recent claims have pointed out that claims related to global warming are false and fallacious. However, such claims remain nonfactual. Verifiable evidence for the occurrence of global warming encompasses increasing atmospheric concentration of greenhouse gases, continuously rising global temperatures, the melting of Arctic and Antarctic ice, and changes in sea levels.   ADDITIONAL INFO: Check my reference for "write my essay" on Global warming  Climate change: How do we know?
    Mar 30, 2017 2467
  • 21 Feb 2017
    Sorts of Essays: Argument/Argumentative This blog post is submitted by Custom-Writing.co.uk - Write My Essay Service.  While a few educators consider influential papers and contention papers to be essentially a similar thing, it's typically sheltered to accept that a contention paper shows a more grounded claim—conceivably to a more safe group of onlookers. For instance: while an enticing paper may assert that urban communities need to embrace reusing programs, a contention paper on a similar theme may be routed to a specific town. The contention paper would go encourage, recommending particular ways that a reusing system ought to be embraced and used in that specific zone. To compose a contention exposition, you'll have to assemble confirmation and present a very much contemplated contention on a questionable issue. How might I tell if my subject is far from being obviously true? Check your proposition! You can't contend an announcement of actuality, you should construct your paper in light of a solid position. Ask yourself... What number of individuals could contend against my position? What might they say? Could it be tended to with a yes or no? (go for a point that requires more data.) Could I construct my contention in light of academic confirmation, or am I depending on religion, social models, or profound quality? (you MUST have the capacity to do quality research!) Have I made my contention sufficiently particular? Stressed over taking a firm position on an issue? Despite the fact that there are a lot of times throughout your life when it's best to receive an adjusted point of view and attempt to comprehend both sides of an open deliberation, this isn't one of them. You MUST pick one side or the other when you compose a contention paper! Try not to be reluctant to tell others precisely how you think things ought to go in light of the fact that that is the thing that we anticipate from a contention paper. You're in control now, what do YOU think? Why do I have to address the contradicting side's contention? There is an old kung-fu saying which expresses, "The hand that strikes additionally pieces", implying that when you contend it is further bolstering your good fortune to envision your restriction and strike down their contentions inside the body of your own paper. This feeling is reverberated in the well known saying, "The best barrier is a decent offense". By tending to the resistance you accomplish the accompanying objectives: represent a balanced comprehension of the point exhibit an absence of predisposition upgrade the level of trust that the peruser has for both you and your supposition give yourself the chance to disprove any contentions the resistance may have reinforce your contention by decreasing your restriction's contention Consider yourself as a youngster, approaching your folks for consent to accomplish something that they would typically say no to. You were significantly more prone to inspire them to state yes on the off chance that you expected and tended to the majority of their worries before they communicated them. You would not like to disparage those worries, or make them feel idiotic, on the grounds that this exclusive put them on edge, and prompt to a conclusion that conflicted with your desires. The same is valid in your composition. How would I fulfill this? To address the opposite side of the contention you plan to make, you'll have to "placed yourself in their shoes." at the end of the day, you have to attempt to comprehend what kind of opinion they're maintaining. In case you're experiencing difficulty fulfilling this errand, take a stab at taking after these means: Scribble down a few decent reasons why you bolster that specific side of the contention. Take a gander at the reasons you gave and attempt to contend with yourself. Ask: Why might somebody differ with each of these focuses? What might his/her reaction be? (Here and there it's useful to envision that you're having a verbal contention with somebody who can't help contradicting you.) Ponder your crowd; attempt to comprehend their experience, their most grounded impacts, and the way that their brains work. Solicit: What parts from this issue will concern my restricting gathering of people the most? Locate the vital realities, prove, cites from specialists, and so on to invalidate the focuses that your restriction may make. Deliberately sort out your paper with the goal that it moves easily from safeguarding your own particular focuses to areas where you contend against the restriction. Also Read How to Write an Argumentative Essay Writing a Thesis and Making an Argument
    154 Posted by Darrell D. Williams
  • Sorts of Essays: Argument/Argumentative This blog post is submitted by Custom-Writing.co.uk - Write My Essay Service.  While a few educators consider influential papers and contention papers to be essentially a similar thing, it's typically sheltered to accept that a contention paper shows a more grounded claim—conceivably to a more safe group of onlookers. For instance: while an enticing paper may assert that urban communities need to embrace reusing programs, a contention paper on a similar theme may be routed to a specific town. The contention paper would go encourage, recommending particular ways that a reusing system ought to be embraced and used in that specific zone. To compose a contention exposition, you'll have to assemble confirmation and present a very much contemplated contention on a questionable issue. How might I tell if my subject is far from being obviously true? Check your proposition! You can't contend an announcement of actuality, you should construct your paper in light of a solid position. Ask yourself... What number of individuals could contend against my position? What might they say? Could it be tended to with a yes or no? (go for a point that requires more data.) Could I construct my contention in light of academic confirmation, or am I depending on religion, social models, or profound quality? (you MUST have the capacity to do quality research!) Have I made my contention sufficiently particular? Stressed over taking a firm position on an issue? Despite the fact that there are a lot of times throughout your life when it's best to receive an adjusted point of view and attempt to comprehend both sides of an open deliberation, this isn't one of them. You MUST pick one side or the other when you compose a contention paper! Try not to be reluctant to tell others precisely how you think things ought to go in light of the fact that that is the thing that we anticipate from a contention paper. You're in control now, what do YOU think? Why do I have to address the contradicting side's contention? There is an old kung-fu saying which expresses, "The hand that strikes additionally pieces", implying that when you contend it is further bolstering your good fortune to envision your restriction and strike down their contentions inside the body of your own paper. This feeling is reverberated in the well known saying, "The best barrier is a decent offense". By tending to the resistance you accomplish the accompanying objectives: represent a balanced comprehension of the point exhibit an absence of predisposition upgrade the level of trust that the peruser has for both you and your supposition give yourself the chance to disprove any contentions the resistance may have reinforce your contention by decreasing your restriction's contention Consider yourself as a youngster, approaching your folks for consent to accomplish something that they would typically say no to. You were significantly more prone to inspire them to state yes on the off chance that you expected and tended to the majority of their worries before they communicated them. You would not like to disparage those worries, or make them feel idiotic, on the grounds that this exclusive put them on edge, and prompt to a conclusion that conflicted with your desires. The same is valid in your composition. How would I fulfill this? To address the opposite side of the contention you plan to make, you'll have to "placed yourself in their shoes." at the end of the day, you have to attempt to comprehend what kind of opinion they're maintaining. In case you're experiencing difficulty fulfilling this errand, take a stab at taking after these means: Scribble down a few decent reasons why you bolster that specific side of the contention. Take a gander at the reasons you gave and attempt to contend with yourself. Ask: Why might somebody differ with each of these focuses? What might his/her reaction be? (Here and there it's useful to envision that you're having a verbal contention with somebody who can't help contradicting you.) Ponder your crowd; attempt to comprehend their experience, their most grounded impacts, and the way that their brains work. Solicit: What parts from this issue will concern my restricting gathering of people the most? Locate the vital realities, prove, cites from specialists, and so on to invalidate the focuses that your restriction may make. Deliberately sort out your paper with the goal that it moves easily from safeguarding your own particular focuses to areas where you contend against the restriction. Also Read How to Write an Argumentative Essay Writing a Thesis and Making an Argument
    Feb 21, 2017 154
  • 08 Dec 2016
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    219 Posted by Ioanna Daskalopoulou
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  • 03 Oct 2016
         Glossarissimo! is a collection of monolingual & multilingual resources intended largely for translators and interpreters and updated regularly.      In addition to a large number of glossaries, the Glossarissimo! blog collects online resources (videos and articles, for example), websites, and other translation- and interpreting-related materials that provide in-depth information about specific subjects and which language professionals will find useful.      Glossarissimo!, ensemble de ressources monolingues et multilingues principalement destinées aux traducteurs et interprètes, est mis à jour régulièrement.      Outre un grand nombre de glossaires, le blog de Glossarissimo! recense diverses ressources en ligne (vidéos et articles, notamment), des sites Web et d'autres matériaux présentant un intérêt pour la traduction et l'interprétation. Il apporte des éléments d’information détaillés sur des sujets précis, que les spécialistes pourront trouver utiles.      Glossarissimo!, un conjunto de recursos monolingües y multilingües, principalmente dirigida a los traductores e intérpretes, se actualiza regularmente.      Además de un gran número de glosarios, el blog de Glossarissimo! identifica varios recursos en línea (vídeos y artículos, en particular), sitios web y otros materiales de interés para la traducción y la interpretación. Proporciona información detallada sobre temas específicos, que los especialistas podrán encontrar útiles.
    601 Posted by Roger McKeon
  •      Glossarissimo! is a collection of monolingual & multilingual resources intended largely for translators and interpreters and updated regularly.      In addition to a large number of glossaries, the Glossarissimo! blog collects online resources (videos and articles, for example), websites, and other translation- and interpreting-related materials that provide in-depth information about specific subjects and which language professionals will find useful.      Glossarissimo!, ensemble de ressources monolingues et multilingues principalement destinées aux traducteurs et interprètes, est mis à jour régulièrement.      Outre un grand nombre de glossaires, le blog de Glossarissimo! recense diverses ressources en ligne (vidéos et articles, notamment), des sites Web et d'autres matériaux présentant un intérêt pour la traduction et l'interprétation. Il apporte des éléments d’information détaillés sur des sujets précis, que les spécialistes pourront trouver utiles.      Glossarissimo!, un conjunto de recursos monolingües y multilingües, principalmente dirigida a los traductores e intérpretes, se actualiza regularmente.      Además de un gran número de glosarios, el blog de Glossarissimo! identifica varios recursos en línea (vídeos y artículos, en particular), sitios web y otros materiales de interés para la traducción y la interpretación. Proporciona información detallada sobre temas específicos, que los especialistas podrán encontrar útiles.
    Oct 03, 2016 601

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