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作品をメールで送りたいのですが、英文がまったく駄目なので、 翻訳お願いします。 When and how to submit the proposal? Works must be submitted no later than 11:59pm on February 1st 2013 by sending an email to: info@mixturbcn.com. The subject of the email must read: “Call for Works 2013” followed by “Title of the project”. You can attach all the required documentation or a link to download the completed proposal.

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 申し込み方法 作品の締め切りは2012年2月1日までで、送り先は info@mixturbcn.com へ。 メールの用件欄には Call for Works 2013 と記入して、その後にプロジェクトのタイトルを入れる。 すべてのドキュメントを添付してもよいし、申し込みに必要なダウンロード用のリンクを記してもよい。

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