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Look! Look with your special eyes! It's an "overly dramatic dramatization" from 1-800-CONTACTS!
As the man says, they're that passionate about eyes. And I, for once, am not arguing.
Hat tip: Next Moon.
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It’s time for The Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 competition and the good news is your blog has been nominated. Congratulations!
After previous years’ success the bab.la language portal and Lexiophiles language blog are hosting our worldwide language blog competition once again.
We are looking for the top 100 language blogs in four categories: Language Learning, Language Teaching, Language Technology and Language Professionals.
You have been nominated to the following category: Language Professionals.
The nomination period goes from April 27th to May 11th. Each blog will have a one-sentence-description for the voting. If you would like a special description to go along with your blog, just send me an email (priscila [at] bab.la). The voting period goes from May 12th to May 24th. The winners will be announced on May 28th. Feel free to spread the word among bloggers writing about languages.
For more information on The Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 visit:
On behalf of the bab.la and Lexiophiles team
Priscila Andrade |
April 29, 2010 at 05:08 AM
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