Collages

by Nathan Hamm on 6/20/2005 · 3 comments

Having been an English teacher and someone easily annoyed by common spelling mistakes, I cannot help but to make fun of this.

Construction and repairing of 50 professional collages has been completed in the framework of this project coming to this point. Also, modern equipment has been procured, and training courses have been organised…

The Manager of the Project of the Sumitomo corporation Takashi Yamamoto said “successful implementation of this project was made possible with the all-round support of the Uzbek government and all concerned local organisations.

The collages we have built will soon produce qualified specialists of various spheres of national economy.

It’s nice to imagine that they are actually making collages all around the country with the help of a large grant from Japan.


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jonathan p June 20, 2005 at 3:35 pm

So funny. I also saw this article just a minute before I came to registan. Glad to see that someone else noticed it and has the same appreciation for it. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Student June 20, 2005 at 3:43 pm

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kushal August 2, 2005 at 9:51 am

i love it . poor countries need collages .keep up the good work

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