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“Solely in the world of languages is the amateur of value. Well-intentioned sentences full of mistakes can still build bridges between people,” wrote Kato Lomb in her 1970 book Polyglot: How I Learn Languages. Lomb was one of the most renowned polyglots and interpreters throughout history, and throughout much of her career she sought to understand the brain of the polyglot.
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genre remain relevant to this day. It was their 1989 debut album “3 Feet High and Rising” that redefined what it meant to be an artist in the world of rap.