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From Sanskrit-German FreeDict Dictionary ver. 0.2.1:

  ============ san-deu ============
  Sanskrit-German FreeDict Dictionary
  Maintainer: Michael Bunk 
  Edition: 0.2.1
  Size: about 100 headwords
  Publisher: FreeDict.
    Copyright (C) 1999-2010 by various authors listed below. Available under
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  Published at: http://freedict.org/
  ID# (svn): $Id: san-deu.tei 1107 2011-01-07 05:11:27Z bansp $
   * Database Status: too small
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   * 2011-01-08: Conversion of the TEI source file into c5 format.
     Stylesheet ID: $Id: teiheader2txt.xsl 1095 2011-01-06 14:57:17Z bansp$
   * 2010-11-01 Piotr BaƄski:
     Conversion of TEI P4 source into P5 via
     tools/xsl/freedict_P4toP5.xsl; manual clean-up. Todo: put the relevant
      elements into their proper s; watch out for s when
     converting to presentational formats.
   * 2003-05-07 :
     Michael Bunk
     Started writing the header and entering some words by hand.