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Based on thecurrentacademic activities, the dominance of American English in science culture, and on the hereto related suppression of the traditional scientific multilingualism, the article deliberates on the relevance of German in the international knowledge industry. Given the increased demand for the MINT-subjects (Mathematics, Informatics, Natural sciences and Technology) and the exclusive promotion of English as (the only) science language in the globalization tide, fact that is mirrored in the altered publication practice, one must necessarily ask, wheth er there is still a future ahead for German as a science language or for German in science.

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Preface International Seminar on Linguistics (ISOL) is an international platform for linguist to share and disseminate their thought and research finding. ISOL was been initiated on 2013 and regularly held biannual by Linguistics Society of Indonesia chapter Universitas Andalas (Unand) in collaboration with Linguistic Graduate Program of Universitas Andalas and Linguistic Society of Indonesia. The current conference bring the issues on “Language in Disruptive Technology“ The rapid development of technology has led to the borderless community which

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Proceeding of The 4th International Seminar on Linguistics (ISOL-4) Language in Disruptive Technology July 10-11, 2019 Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia Editor Handoko Gusdi Sastra STEERING COMMITTEE Chief of Committee Gusdi Sastra, M.Hum., Ph.D. Co-Chief Dr. Ike Revita, M.Hum. Treasurer Dra. Noviatri, M.Hum Editor Handoko, S.S, M.Hum Steering Committee Prof. Dr. Tafdil Husni, MBA. (Rectore of Universitas Andalas) Dr. Ing. Uyung Gatot (Head of Institute of Research and Community Service) Dr. Hasanuddin

development in technology makes those tools are not suitable for the present farming method, as more practical and modern appliances have replaced them. First is lapiak angkuik that was previously used to carry the harvested rice to collected place or ungguak in which the interpretation of lapiak as ‘mat’ that is made from special kind of pandanuses leave or Suji leaves, while angkuik means ‘to lift or to carry’. When the words are combined lapiak angkuik means as the mat to lift or a mat to carry. lapiak angkuik cannot be used for other purpose like any other mats