troubleshooting Question

SQL query syntax

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G0ggyFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
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Can I get some help with creating this query.

I have one table which has the following columns I am interested in:

dbo.UserProfileValue
RecordID (FK, bigint, not null)
PropertyID (big int, not null)
PropertyVal (sql_variant, null)

And another table with the next columns I want:
dbo.UserProfile_Full
RecordID (PK, not null)
NTName (nvarchar(400), not null)

Each user will have one entry in the UserProfile_Full table, but can, and usually will, have multiple values in the UserProfileValue table.

So, for example, my entry in the UserProfile_Full table would be:
2217 darrylg

And the matching records in the UserProfileValue would be:
2217 10002 Consumer
2217 10007 darrylg@corgi.com

I want to return the data in the following style:
2217 darrylg Consumer darrylg@corgi.com

I cannot remember the SQL syntax to produce these results, can you help?
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