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    Post my other engagement shouldn't be overlap with our meeting.

    Thanks for the appreciation. I would like to say This is the idea which is born by you and brought up by me.
    We will have this discussion at your suitable time . Let me know the meeting time So that U my other engagement shouldn't be overlap with our meeting.

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    Re: my other engagement shouldn't be overlap with our meeting.

    Quote Originally Posted by rahuldhoble View Post
    Thanks for the appreciation. I would like to say This is the idea which is born by you and brought up by me.
    We will have this discussion at your suitable time . Let me know the meeting time So that U my other engagement shouldn't be overlap with our meeting.
    I'm not sure what you mean by "Thank you for the appreciation". Did the person to whom you are writing thank you for something?

    I would like to say that this idea was initiated by you and brought to fruition by me (I'm not really sure what you meant here so I have done my best with it.)

    I would like arrange a meeting to discuss this with you. Let me know when would be convenient for you and I will ensure that I do not have any other engagements which overlap/coincide with our meeting.

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