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Hello Ruchi
I am going to Europe on my business & vacation for 3-4 months so I probably will not back to Experts Exchange again in 3-4 months. I do not need the points for now. I am going to award you the 400 points for solving my previous problems.
Thanx,
Robinson
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by:Marine
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That's Generase.
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Ruchi earned 400 total points
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Oh my.... Gee... Thank you very much!!! Robinson, have fun in Europe!! :)

>>>That's Generase.
Marine, you meant generous?
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Thanx,
Robinson
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