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    shhop319 is offline Newbie
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    Spend much time?

    I want to leave thank you message to someone, who was in our laboratory but out of our lab slight after I joined the lab.
    Now she came back, but this time I am leaving. So...

    "Hi Nasrin. Though we haven't spent much time together in the group, I can't forget your kind help when I joined the lab.
    Hope everything around you goes well and lots of pleasant events come to you. Thanks!"

    Does this seem...awkward?

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    BobK is offline Harmless drudge
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    Re: Spend much time?

    Not at all. It sounds fine to me.

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