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In an important recent paper on translation in linguistic documentation, Nick Evans and Hans-Jürgen Sasse (2006:11) enumerate some of "the sources on which a translation can be based". They include: •"fragments of rendition, before and afterwards..., •the accumulated understanding, by the investigator, of how the language works, •information from gesture, •relevant information from tellings of the same story by others; •other contextual information that was not recorded but is relevant to thedoi:10.25894/ldd263 fatcat:zjvd7zcahnf6ldtbqrmmgixet4