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    but with a year

    but within a year - does that mean exactly a year or less tha a year

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    Re: but with a year

    Quote Originally Posted by pamybini View Post
    but within a year - does that mean exactly a year or less tha a year
    "Within a year" means at some time in the next year, probably nearer the end.

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