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1,617,989 Scots left a wee bit uggit on Friday morning

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Whichever side of the Yes/No divide the UK public fell with respect to Scottish Independence, and of course, more importantly those who got a vote north of the border in Scotland itself, there were a number of positives to come out of the process, most notably, the incredibly high turnout of voters, a staggering 84.6%. This says everything about our freedom of democracy and how, when there is something that the public feel passionately enough about, they will ensure their voice is heard.

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NBTranslate to boost international sales for 1,000 companies by end of 2014

UK companies seeking to take their services and products into the international market, will be thrilled to hear that NBTranslate, a specialist in the professional translation industry has launched a brand new offering that will assist in expanding their business abroad.

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Conversis appoints Roberto Silva

 Conversis, the specialist translation and localisation agency, has announced the appointment of Roberto Silva to head up the development of its technology platforms as the company continues to strengthen its senior management team.

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Marilyn Gaddis Rose, 85, distinguished service professor, dies

 NOVEMBER 16, 2015

 
M Gaddis RoseMarilyn Gaddis Rose, 85, distinguished service professor of comparative literature and co-director of the Translation Research and Instruction Program (TRIP), died Sunday, Nov. 15.

Gaddis Rose received her bachelor's degree in English from Central Methodist College in Fayette, Mo. in 1952. She was awarded a Fulbright Student Fellowship and spent the 1952-53 academic year studying French civilization at the Université de Lyon. She earned her master's degree in French from the University of South Carolina in 1955, Phi Beta Kappa, and her PhD in French from the University of Missouri in 1958. In 1987, she was recognized by Central Methodist College with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters. 

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