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Old   February 24, 2007, 09:24
Default What does "FLUENT" stand for?
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Marijo
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Does anyone know what does "FLUENT" stand for if there is any?

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Old   February 24, 2007, 14:45
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Hi Marijo,

actually to my knowledge Fluent originated from the British arm of the company which started in Sheffield England and does not "stand" for anything in the "acronym sense". The North American arm came out of a research company in New Hampshire called Creare and was called Creare.x

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