Language interpretation
Interpretation or interpreting is the facilitating of oral or sign-language communication, either simultaneously or consecutively, between users of different languages. Translation studies is the syst...
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Over the phone interpreting
Telephone interpreting is a service that connects human interpreters via telephone to individuals who wish to speak to each other but do not share a common language. The telephone interpreter converts...
Video Relay Service
A video relay service (VRS), also sometimes known as a video interpreting service (VIS), is a videotelecommunication service that allows deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-impaired (D-HOH-SI) individual...
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Video Remote Interpreting
Video remote interpreting (VRI) is a videotelecommunication service that uses devices such as web cameras or videophones to provide sign language or spoken language interpreting services. This is done...
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Dragoman
A dragoman was an interpreter, translator, and official guide between Turkish, Arabic, and Persian-speaking countries and polities of the Middle East and European embassies, consulates, vice-consulate...
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Dubbing (filmmaking)
Dubbing, mixing, or re-recording, is a post-production process used in filmmaking and video production, in which additional or supplementary recordings are "mixed" with original production sound to cr...
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Jerry Potts
Jerry Potts (1840 – July 14, 1896), (also known as Ky-yo-kosi, meaning "Bear Child"), was an American plainsman, buffalo hunter, horse trader, interpreter, and scout of Anglo-Métis heritage.
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Gaius Valerius Troucillus
Gaius Valerius Troucillus or Procillus (fl. mid-1st century BC) was a Helvian Celt who served as an interpreter and envoy for Julius Caesar in the first year of the Gallic Wars. Troucillus was a secon...
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Te Heke-rangatira-ki-Nukutaurua Boyd
Te Heke-rangatira-ki-Nukutaurua Boyd (c.1886–29 May 1959) was a New Zealand tribal leader and interpreter. Of Māori descent, she identified with the Ngati Moe iwi. She was born in Greytown, Wair...
Tye Leung Schulze
Tye Leung Schulze became the first Chinese American woman to vote when she cast a ballot in San Francisco on May 19, 1912. The San Francisco Call stated that she was "the first Chinese woman in the hi...
John Tanner (captive)
John Tanner (c. 1780 – d. in or after 1846) was captured by Shawnee American Indians as a child of ten (Tocqueville reported six), after his family had moved to territory on the Ohio River in pr...
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La Malinche
La Malinche ([la maˈlintʃe]; c. 1496 or c. 1501 – c. 1529), known also as Malinalli /maliˈnalːi/, Malintzin /maˈlintsin/ or Doña Marina /ˈdoɲa maˈɾina/, was a Nahua woman from the Mexican Gulf Coast, ...
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Jesse Chisholm
Jesse Chisholm (circa 1805 - March 4, 1868) was a mixed blood Cherokee trader. His name is most famous because of the namesake cattle trail, which he originally scouted and developed to supply his var...
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Hamiora Wiremu Maioha
Hamiora Wiremu Maioha, OBE (21 September 1888–1963) was a New Zealand interpreter, farmer and community leader. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Nga Puhi iwi. He was born in Waimamaku, ...
United Nations Interpretation Service
The United Nations Interpretation Service is a part of the Meetings and Publishing Division (MPD) of the UN's Department for General Assembly and Conference Management (DGACM). Its core function is to...
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Ismael Urbain
Ismael Urbain (born Thomas Urbain, December 31, 1812 – January 28, 1884) was a French journalist and interpreter.Born in Cayenne, French Guiana Urbain was the illegitimate son of a merchant from Marse...
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John Hobbs (missionary)
John Hobbs (22 February 1800 – 24 June 1883) was a New Zealand missionary, artisan and interpreter
John Hobbs was born in Thanet, Kent, England, on 22 February 1800. He was the son of Richar...
Sultan Munadi
Sultan Mohammad Munadi (Pashto: صئلتان هحامماد ئنادي‎; November 22, 1976 - September 9, 2009) was an Afghan journalist, reporter, production manager and translator. He worked for the Intern...
James Purdy
James Otis Purdy (July 17, 1914 – March 13, 2009) was a controversial American novelist, short-story writer, poet, and playwright who, since his debut in 1956, published over a dozen n...
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Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Sturm
Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Sturm (1810/11 – 23 May 1896) was a notable New Zealand naturalist, interpreter and nursery owner. He was born in Germany or Austria in about 1810. He was an early se...
Rangi Mawhete
Rangiputangatahi Mawhete (4 March 1880 – 24 July 1961), born as William Arthur Moffatt and commonly known as Rangi Mawhete, was a New Zealand land agent, interpreter and politician. Of Māori de...
International Association of Conference Interpreters
The International Association of Conference Interpreters (AIIC – Association internationale des interprètes de conférence) was founded in 1953. It represents over 3,000 members present in over 100 cou...
Hoani Paraone Tunuiarangi
Hoani Paraone Tunuiarangi (1843–1933) was a notable New Zealand tribal leader, guide, interpreter, assessor, politician, writer. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Ngati Kahungunu and Rang...
Shirley Childress Saxton
Shirley Childress Saxton is an African-American American Sign Language instructor and interpreter. Since 1980, she has performed with Sweet Honey in the Rock.
Shirley Childress was born and reared...
Edward Francis Harris
Edward Francis Harris (13 May 1834–26 July 1898) was a New Zealand public servant, interpreter, landowner, genealogist. Of Māori descent, he identified with the Rongowhakaata and Te Aitanga-a-H...
Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Baucke
Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Baucke (7 July 1848–6 June 1931) was a New Zealand linguist, ethnologist, journalist and interpreter. He was born in Chatham Islands, New Zealand on 7 July 1848.
105-Man Incident
The 105-Man Incident (Korean:105 인 사건, hanja:百五人事件, [Paego-in sakkon]) or Suncheon Incident (선천사건, 宣川事件 [Sunchun sakkon]) took place while Korea was under Japanese rule.In 1911, apparently as a resul...
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