- I just don't understand that. Surely you should be rewarding loyal customers, not making it hard for them. @AmazonUK #goingelsewhere 9 hours ago
- Hey @AmazonUK, telling customers that products they buy from you monthly can now only be bought if they pay for Prime is #badcustomerservice 9 hours ago
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- "I tried medical translation but I didn’t have the patients for it." tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1en_pqG 1 day ago
- "I tried my hand at legal translation but the boilerplate burned my fingers" tmblr.co/ZgKpRn1ehvuv_ 2 days ago
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Translation Studies meets Preaching
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