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many thanks

Thanks to Michael Winter and Lasse Reichstein Nielsen, I do believe that I
now understand. I have printed out this thread for future reference as I
find I understand today but next week is a different story.
many thanks - I guess many in this ng. benefit from your help

David
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Thanks to Michael Winter and Lasse Reichstein Nielsen, I do believe that I
now understand. I have printed out this thread for future reference as I
find I understand today but next week is a different story.
many thanks - I guess many in this ng. benefit from your help

David


Oops
Didn't mean to start a new thread - must of pressed the wrong thing - story
of my life. Anyway, the thankyou refers to a post earlier today
David
Jul 20 '05 #2

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