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    aga14x is offline Newbie
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    Default So what's brought on this request for a transfer

    Could someone say in other words what this sentence means:

    So what’s brought on this request for a transfer, John.

    Agnieszka

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    Default Re: So what's brought on this request for a transfer

    'What has happened to make you ask for a move, Johann?'

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