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Thanks.
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Nietod,have you received my email?
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I don't think so.
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Oh, yes I have.  I didn't put the two together.  

Yes.  I sent you an e-mail earlier today.  It is about 1/2 done.  I'm having trouble with the very end.  It sounds too trite.  I'll finish it today.
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