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Old 03-09-2006, 03:14 PM
szamil
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Witam,
Robiê t³umaczenie z angielskiego na polski z dziedziny kosmetologii,
konkretnie tekst broszury o preparatach z filtrami ochronnymi UV.
Wielokrotnie w odniesieniu do ró¿nych substancji (np oktokrylen, avobenzon)
pojawia sie termin 'polar oil'. Co to mo¿e byæ?
Z góry dziêkujê za pomoc.
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Old 03-09-2006, 03:31 PM
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wydaje mi sie ¿e to mo¿e byæ olej polarny ;_
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Nauka staje siê niebezpieczna jedynie wtedy, gdy wyobra¿a sobie, ¿e osi±gnê³a
swój cel...
Przyjmê ka¿dy odczynnik... je¶li masz jaki¶ odczynnik lub sprzêt chemiczny,
którego chcesz siê koniecznie pozbyæ napisz do mnie...

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Mmmmm i am here i just want to recommend you that i know a person who is making this oil this is very best for the health and also good for your body massage i am using this also and this is good
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