27. "RE: Correspondence I: 2380-2389"
In response to message #26
>>Ya tebya l'ubl'u, >>--G. > >Just curious about the source (not the language)... Prior >knowledge/research, or Charles Bronson to James Coburn in The Great >Escape?
As mentioned elsewhere, I've been using this page to source the signoffs; that's the example they happened to use for Russian. It's entirely possible that that's where they got that particular construction, though. (For that matter, it's entirely possible that they're having me on and that actually means "pass the beans", but based on the examples from languages I already knew the phrase in, I decided it looked trustworthy enough for government work. :)
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