by Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2018) Lawinwordsblog.com MASSIMO BONA DOCG MOSCATO DI ASTI What is the difference between the LoDuca Moscato di Asti as produced by Massimo Bona and the other types of Moscato such as those in Pantelleria, Apulia or anywhere else? Moscato di Asti grapes once harvested do not undergo subsequent chemical … Continue reading MOSCATO DI ASTI
Written by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2018) Lawinwordsblog.com To improve our professional performance we, as legal translators, cannot avoid having recourse to the source of our existing western legal systems. That is - Roman law. In point of fact, before beginning an analysis of the meaning of undue influence and … Continue reading The origin of “undue influence”
Language can’t be reduced to a stock of words. Most political discourse is inert and ruthlessly complacent ... by John Berger, Fri 12 Dec ‘14 16.00 GMT. TheGuardian.com I have been writing for about 80 years. First letters then poems and speeches, later stories and articles and books, now notes. The activity of writing has been … Continue reading John Berger: ‘Writing is an off-shoot of something deeper’
Background 11.1 This proposal for a Council Framework Decision aims to set common minimum standards with respect to the right to interpretation and translation in criminal proceedings throughout the European Union. The proposal is envisaged as the first step in a series of measures designed to replace the Commission's 2004 proposal for a Council Framework … Continue reading Interpretation and translation rights in criminal proceedings
The Christ of Grünewald stands out against the darkest sky resembling a wall of black bricks.
The very new strategy of the currently futurist Buccaneers is the abolition of any sort of employment. We already know that the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good man say: “It’s just Business.” This human plight, in an exemplary way, is better described by Furio Colombo whose article has been … Continue reading The New Buccaneers
Divine Pictures and Feast Written by Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano has worked as personal translator and simultaneous interpreter for Gualtiero Marchesi. Just like many Roman paintings, Gualtiero Marchesi’s cooking depicts game, fish, eggs, cheese, fruit, vegetables and mushrooms as objects which deserve to be … Continue reading About The Maestro Gualtiero Marchesi
Written by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com A few days ago I was talking to a Human Resources expert about the importance of speaking more than one foreign language. However, I was really surprised about his lack of interest in literature and poetry and I was reminded of how … Continue reading Literature is business. Period!