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Misspelling of a Language on ISO 639 Reference Page

From: Sullivan, Wulf <Wulf.Sullivan@bcbsfl.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 20:44:56 -0500
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Cc: "Vavilala, Raj" <Rajesh.Vavilala@bcbsfl.com>, "Thomas, Smitha" <Smitha.Thomas@bcbsfl.com>, "O'Brien, William" <William.OBrien@bcbsfl.com>

I wanted to bring to your attention the fact that you have an incorrect spelling of a language on the page that communicate the ISO 639 Language Codes:


The misspelling occurs under the ISO 639: 2-letter codes section.  The page lists TE "Tegulu" when the spelling is in fact "Telugu" but spells it correctly under the ISO 639: 3-letter codes section.  I noticed that this page has not been updated since 1999, however, I thought it was important to bring to your attention as you are the first link presented when performing a Google search for "ISO 639".
I would appreciate acknowledgement of this e-mail.  Thanks in advance for your response.

Wulf Sullivan

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