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Posted on 1999-01-08
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here you are ,
with regards to barcode q.
you deserve these much as me so have half

cheers barry
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I'm looking to the right, but... :-)

Thanks, but it wasn't really needed

Cheers, Tom.
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yeh but i considered the component you gave better so just being fair besides it's still christmas (nearly)
Regards Barry  :-)
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thanks barry.
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