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Cindy Adair


Por favor entren al sitio electronico del IPS (palms.org) and dirijasen a "Palms Current Year" para ver que ahora nosotros tenemos traducciones al español de artículos selectos.


Cliqueen en el vinculo "Leer en Español"  para ver estos artículos (completos con fotos y titulos) traducidos al español.


Las traducciones han sido verificadas y mejoradas por miembros de la junta directiva del IPS - compuesta por Fernando Pacho Roca y Paco Marti, y estamos sumamente agradecidos por sus esfuerzos.


Continuaremos añadiendo mas artículos en Español siguientemente.

Por favor anuncienles estas noticias a sus amigos y ayuden a promovernos en los medios sociales.

Gracias.


 

 

 

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saludos 

 

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