How many more kilometers of this?
This is a security cord. This cord, believe it or not, is a direct descendant of the so-called red tape whose use was first recorded in the documents dating to the 16th century, when Henry VIII begged Pope Clement VII to annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon.
The custom at that time was to separate all the important documents which needed to be discussed at the highest levels from the regular administrative ones by binding them in red tape, as opposed to the ordinary one.
This is an article published on 13 March 2014 in Storybook.
A famous Russian Nobel Prize winner, Josip Brodski, said that translation is a father of the civilization,
and our guest says that the translator is a bridge between cultures. Even in the time of great technological
advancement translation is inevitable, and commuters still cannot replace a human brain when it comes to
translation. Meet Ana, Ivana and Tomislav - three people with three different stories and one common trait - a love for their job.
When interpreting at a football field.
At the beginning of February I had the honour to translate for our delegation of the best football coaches, crème de la crème
of Croatian football, at a UEFA study group in the French football centre in Clairefontaine.
For me, the journey began earlier than for the rest, because I had spent a few days in careful and