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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

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    You can always find several sources for definitions by going to: www.onelook.com

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    Thanks Ron for providing that! :)
    You're quite welcome. :)

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    As always,

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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

    Quote Originally Posted by lucyarliwu
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    You can always find several sources for definitions by going to: www.onelook.com

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    Thanks Ron for providing that! :)
    Onelook is cool because it takes wildcards if you're not sure of a spelling.

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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

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    Onelook is cool because it takes wildcards if you're not sure of a spelling.

    That's fantastic! Tdol!
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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

    Hey! It's good to see that you're back. :D

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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

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    Hey! It's good to see that you're back. :D

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    Ya, thanks Ron! :)
    From now on I think I can spend more time here everyday since we get broadband networks here at home :)

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    Default Re: Sick? or sickened?

    Quote Originally Posted by lucyarliwu
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    Hey! It's good to see that you're back. :D

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    Ya, thanks Ron! :)
    From now on I think I can spend more time here everyday since we get broadband networks here at home :)
    Cool! Now I won't feel so lonesome. _

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    Broadband does make such a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Broadband does make such a difference.
    So what kind of equipment do you usually use to access the internet in UK,Tdol? Also broadband?

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