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Re: [BKARTS] Translation



The eyes, which see and observe the world, are themselves expressive
of the mind.

Played a little fast and loose with the syntax, but that's translation for ya.

Cheers,

Meg Miller
Avocational Translatrix
thlber@pacbell.net

>Greetings all,
>
>The work of a minute for some expert. Please translate:
>
>Mentis oculi, quibus res videt observatque, sunt ipsae demonstrationes
>
>My general guess is 'to understand, one must not just observe but make
>use of information'. If I'm close, this would be an especially
>appropriate message to bookbinders.
>
>Just curious because I'm embossing it on a portfolio.
>
>Thanks,
>Don Drake
>Dreaming Mind

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