Language is a means to communicate messages, verbally or non-verbally.

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"Language" is in the NAICS Code "61163"

Language Schools

"Language" is in the UNSPSC Code "30222306"
Language laboratory


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Language means to communicate with messages, verbally or non-verbally.

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