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Translation is permitted on the basis that you take full responsibility for the accuracy of the translation.
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b) The third party is informed that these licence conditions apply to him and he must comply with them;
c) It is not supplied as part of another work or publication; and
d) It is not supplied directly in return for commercial gain.
Any requests to reproduce materials outside the scope of this licence should be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We have a complaints procedure and will consider any complaint as to our service and do our best to resolve it. Complaints should be addressed to, Complaints Partner and mailed to email@example.com.