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<td style='font-weight:bold'> not working in firefox

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Hi,
I am not able to bold the text within a < td> using <td style='font-weight:bold'> in firefox but it works fine for IE.
Could anybody help me out asap?
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Works for me (Using Firefox 3.0 and Firefox 2.0.0.14 on Windows as well as on Linux).

Maybe the context of this line is what's causing the problem?
Can you provide a somewhat bigger code snippet for me to reproduce this issue?
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The same thing is working fine in firfox after clearing the cache, may be because the cache was not cleared it showed that problem.
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