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What does XLTR stand for?

XLTR stands for Translater

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Poeta (Spain)• Chris Abani, Poet and writer (Nigeria/USA)• Abdourahman WABERI, Poet (Djibouti)• Beppe Costa, poet, novelist and publisher (Italy)• Stefania Battistella, Poet (Italy)• Senem Gokel, Poet, researcher, instructor (Cyprus)• Ingrid Wickstrom, Poet and translater (Sweden)• Priya Sarukkai Chabria, Poet, writer and translator (India)• Homero Aridjis, Poet and novelist, President Emeritus of PEN International (Mexico)• Gemino H.
2 will be aired by His Word Broadcasting in Eugene and rebroadcast via South Lane's television translater in Cottage Grove, according to Dan Holt, secretary of His Word Broadcasting and programmer of the new channel.
It does not take a skilled translater to figure out what Ben Gurion was saying, namely that Kennedy's opposition to nuclear weapons in the Middle East was seen as an existential threat to the Jewish people and their newly-formed state.
More to Come Still other hot new technologies under development include: * X-ray body scanners, which test for concealed weapons and contraband hidden in body cavities; * Non-invasive drug testing, using eye scans and patches placed on the skin; * A smart gun, which is computer coded so it cannot be fired by anyone other than the registered user (this technology, under development by Sandia Labs, links the gun's trigger mechanism to a bracelet or ring worn by the officer); * A language translater, for use by law enforcement and correctional officers to communicate with non-native inmates; and * Walk-through metal detectors that can pinpoint exactly where the metal is.
Poeta (Spain) • Chris Abani, Poet and writer (Nigeria/USA) • Abdourahman WABERI, Poet (Djibouti) • Beppe Costa, poet, novelist and publisher (Italy) • Stefania Battistella, Poet (Italy) • Senem Gokel, Poet, researcher, instructor (Cyprus) • Ingrid Wickstrom, Poet and translater (Sweden) • Priya Sarukkai Chabria, Poet, writer and translator (India) • Homero Aridjis, Poet and novelist, President Emeritus of PEN International (Mexico) • Gemino H.