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Monday, December 5th 2011, 6:38pm

Nice one Di! Thanks for the tips! I'm always doubting about the semicolon use and I found something on the internet that I believed to be handy (I'm not going to look for it now - too many other things to think of) but it had something to do with a list when commas where being used inside and missing words - anyway, this information I'm providing isn't very useful so just forget that or as Bru would say "Look away!"

I had to giggle about the ethicacy/efficacy and great job on finding it! Good one! I'll keep that in mind if i think something's not a word.

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Monday, December 5th 2011, 6:41pm

LOL...I'm just trying to build my English vocab. Who was it who said, "If you think in English, you're confused!" Yepper! :whacked:
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