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26 July 2012


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Hi Rupert

very interesting article you have here. Thank you for sharing.

Hi there,

We are a translation agency and have received a request for a Tok Pisin / Hirimotu interpreter, based in the United Kingdom.
I appreciate that this is a somewhat unusual request, but would be grateful if you could let us know if you are able to provide details of anyone who we may be able to contact.

Many thanks and kind regards,

Rupert Heaven, Knockhundred Translations

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