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When a parent-subsidiary relationship exists between two companies in different countries using different currencies, the act or practice of changing the financial statements of the subsidiary to conform to the accounting standards of the parent's country, as well as re-denominating the subsidiary's currency into the parent's currency. According to the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the United States, the translation of a foreign currency to U.S. dollars must be accurate as of the date on the financial statement. If there have been substantial changes to the exchange rate since that date, the consolidated financial statement must note this.

translation

The expression of amounts denominated in one currency in terms of another currency by using the rate at which two currencies are exchanged. For example, a firm with foreign operations might express sales made in German marks in terms of U.S. dollars. Also called foreign currency translation.
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The new Roman Missal is theologically richer than the old and this is reflected in the quality of the translations that we're getting," he said.
not just aligned translations and their language-pair identification but also information on format, topic, domain etc.
Romance-language translations (Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese) are usually about 25 percent longer than the English source text.
That essay considers both the increased availability of documents from eastern countries, despite the failure of Western and Eastern Christianity to reunite, and the slow arrival of and limited access to English translations of the Bible despite the invention of printing and the Increasing general interest in biblical scholarship.
Translations such as the Arabic-English one at left are done at Cyrsh.
Translations of these various books into the one common language of Latin was achieved by Saint Jerome in the fifth century.
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Thus, they are better able to construct their translations more accurately and fluently, reflecting more closely the meanings in the original literary text.
Over previous years Catholic Insight has brought numerous articles on the pros and cons of biblical translations from Latin to English and their use in the Liturgy.
Having learned their lessons about language regulations and seeing translations as a marketing tool to increase business abroad, companies such as Microsoft have expanded into the burgeoning markets in Eastern Europe, Russia, the Far East and South America.
As the title states, this work deals with the philosophy of translation and its practice applied to translations of the Pseudo-Anacreon by Henri Estienne, Elie Andre (Greek to Latin), and Pierre Ronsard and Remy Belleau (Neo-Latin to French).