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Top #language and #xl8 related tweets in May 2013

'Old Globe' photo (c) 2007, Kenneth Lu - license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ It's time for another post in the series. As usual, I found tweets with most retweets and mentions with the help of the website called topsy.com. So check out these messages! I am sure you'll find something worth reading and sharing :)

Language tweets:
sarahditum Sarah Ditum


thirdyearabroad ThirdYearAbroad.com


cmartidougr Christina Martidou

typicalnawazish NAWAZISH NEHAL


techreview MIT Tech Review
oxfordwords Oxford Dictionaries

helpcatalonia Help Catalonia
factsinyourface Facts In Your Face

Translation tweets:
moraviaww Moravia

moraviaww Moravia

linguagreca Catherine Christaki

atanet Am Translators Assn

moraviaww Moravia

rinaneeman Rina Ne'eman

atanet Am Translators Assn

translatorfun Translator Fun

jaynefox Jayne Fox

linguagreca Catherine Christaki
 

pauledgar1 Paul Sulzberger


pauledgar1 Paul Sulzberger


multilingualmag MultiLingual Mag


jaynefox Jayne Fox



lingo_woman Lingo Woman
rinaneeman Rina Ne'eman


contrazofirme Con trazo firme


jaynefox Jayne Fox


moraviaww Moravia



sergeyrybkin Sergey Rybkin
olenkaarakelyan Olga Arakelyan
sergeyrybkin Sergey Rybkin



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