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You may translate VocalEssence articles into languages other than English, free of charge, without prior notice, and without soliciting our written permission, under the following conditions:
- Your publication must be freely available. You may not sell VocalEssence content that you have translated.
- You must faithfully translate the article as written. Except for minor issues of vernacular, you may not alter the author’s meaning.
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You must include the following text on the same page as your translation:
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