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    Smile faith

    is this correct to say....

    guest lecturers will be appointed only on the basis of merit. candidates are requested to keep their faith only with their intelligence and not with intermediators or brokers

    thanks in advance

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    Default Re: faith

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    is this correct to say....

    Guest lecturers will be appointed only on the basis of merit. Candidates are requested to keep their faith only with their intelligence and not with intermediators or brokers.
    Guest lecturers will be appointed only on the basis of merit.

    I have no idea what the second sentence means.

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