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Ms. Sue could you take a moment to look at my previous post, thanks

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  1. Done.

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  2. Thank You Ms. Sue:-) At first I was unable to understand, but thanks to your help, everything has been clarified:-)

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  3. Great -- and you're very welcome.

    And thank you for helping me learn a lot about Canadian history that as an American I didn't know. :-)

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