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Re: Peace in different languages

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Cynthia Mesko (oususacm.edu)
Fri, 21 Feb 1997 22:04:02 -0700 (MST)

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Dear JudaOrlandi,
I know how you say peace in Hebrew, it is Shalom, and in Greek it is
eiranay (this is not how you spell it I can send you how it is spelled
to a regular address that is on my homepage at
http://members.tripod.com/~cindyling hope this helps. Cindy Mesko

On Thu, 20 Feb 1997, JudaOrlandi, Marilyn (TCDI) wrote:

>
> I need your help.
>
> On March 1 the town of Monte Porzio Catone where I live, outside of Rome is
> going to start a series of activities to promote peace . The first
> encounter at the middle school on the subject of Peace, Culture and Dialogue
> will be followed by a torch lit procession through the town to the centre
> square where the local choral will sing songs of peace while we launch
> helium balloons with the word "Peace" written in all the languages of the
> world. I am in charge of the balloons!
>
> Apart from English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and German, which I
> already have, can any of you tell me how to write peace in another
> language,....perhaps by asking your foreign students... (Rosa how do you say
> peace in Icelandic?) I will attempt to find the word peace in Chinese
> Japanese and Arabic, here, because they are written differently and couldn't
> be sent over E-Mail. Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Ciao,
> Marilyn Juda-Orlandi
>


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