You fear that people would not come if the meeting was publicisize?
It is pride not shame the event you wanted to raise fund for going you and your 10 other students knowing about something to be done?
this work you describe so positively with your own 'word' could have been appreciate by other students that who? Who get your invit?
you fear that people would not come if the meeting was publicizes?
the argument is over i hate wasting my time on peopple that don't have honesty.
Edit myself, but i am so bored by what i write let alone redoing it.
You do a lot of this in your texts
Pour la Patrie, les Sciences et la Gloire
Motto in English
For the Homeland, Science and Glory
I already not(ic)ed that.
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eMails, on-Line and Web Sites
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Reports by companies.
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to help comprehension.
scatter. Hater. Hatter.
nb: your are heterosexist and believe me from the west and all people that approve what love is you will get more than propaganda my dear.
I had very bad experiences buying usb on ebay. One does not work, the other one you just send me a note to say that the seller is removed but this note is not this subject. I bought for 20 pounds 2 usb recently, they are 240 mb and are advertised as being 258 mb, so I thought they were 258 GB. 258mb are not existing anymore on the normal market, and anyhow selling them 10 pounds each is daylight robbery. I am very happy to be on ebay, but one of the thing that I found too much (dubious) is that this kind of items for which people asked 3 times (in this example 10 times their prices in hoping their will be a problem , a bad manipulation, an error or a misunderstanding) should not be left on ebay at all. could your answer my concern, I d like to be refund please.
I am sorry here but if I buy through a big company of textile, I expect their vendor to differentiate cotton from other fabric.
i bought 2 usb viking technology 64 GB one is alright the other is not even detected, i ve got 2 computers
I like beth, it is like berth and the generosity and the solidity of a female.
Yet, yes, ye I feel the need for reformulation.
All of that, coming because I really enjoy your company anyway.
thank you ebay.
To: baranger baranger
Sent: Thursday, 27 December 2012, 12:37
Subject: Refund in your eBay dispute case
Dear baranger baranger,
. eBay will then consider the dispute closed. If you have any questions, please go to the eBay Resolution Centre.
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