„There will be no development without education, no progress without culture.“

—  Alberto Assa, Instituto Experimental del Atlántico "José Celestino Mutis" http://web.archive.org/web/20130421041951/http://www.colegio-iea.com/Glosas%20Experimentales_Nr1.pdf
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Colombian eductor and translator 1909 - 1996

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