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Latin-English Translation of
My Veterinary Degree

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My Veterinary Degree  
by sdillon439 (UN), 2017-06-04, 02:30  Spam?  
universitas hiberniae nationalis
testantur hae literae gradum baccalaureatus in medicina veterinaria honoro cursu confecto in universitate hiberniae nationali apud dublin, quae universitas particeps unversitatis hiberniae nationalis rite constituta est ad "steven dillon" delatum esse

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by khanzat, 2017-06-04, 09:18  Spam?  80.49.67....
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Latin word order is a bit special, so I'm going to arrange it a little for an easier reading:

National University of Ireland
This document attest that the grade of Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine has been given to Steven Dillon, who completed the honor course in the National University of Ireland in Dublin, a university which is part of the National Univerity of Ireland.

(A bit repetitive, isn't it?)

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