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transliterate

[tran′slid·ə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To represent the characters or words of one language by corresponding characters or words of another language.
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beginning, transliterators usually choose to simply chop the article off
The State Sunset Committee amended the State's Sunset Law and recommended the continuance of the State Licensure Board for Interpreters and Transliterators, with only one statutory change: all applicants applying to renew their permits to practice as interpreters or transliterators must be citizens of the United States or, if not, must be legally present in the United States and must have appropriate documentation from the Federal Government.
The above list reveals the following: (a) the most prolific translators or transliterators were Abd al-Rahim ibn al-Marhum al-Shaykh Muhammad al-'Iraqi and Isma'il ibn Muhammad Hanif; (b) the manuscripts deal with Islamic doctrine, ritual, rules and regulations, social issues, explanation of Qur'anic texts and of the Prophetic Tradition, mysticism and the Arabic language; (c) the themes are consistent with "readers" designed for madrasah children; (d) the fact that tracts dealing with mysticism formed part of the madrasah curriculum not only indicates that Sufism was popular at the Cape but also that it was being consciously promoted and encouraged; (e) at least one title reflects the theological dispute that erupted between Cape Muslims on the issue of the Friday prayer.
Registry of INTERPRETERS FOR THE DEAF 8719 Colesville Rd, Ste 310 Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 608-0050 (V/TTY) (301) 608-0508 (fax) Certifies interpreters (American Sign Language/Spoken English) and transliterators (Signed English/Spoken English).
The School District is seeking qualified firms to provide Sign Language Interpreters, Oral Interpreters, Transliterators, Captioners to students who are deaf or hard of hearing as specified on their Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan, adult students complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and to parents, employees or community members, upon request.