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    #1

    Damian

    Could somebody explain the meaning of following sentence please:

    'Could you do him up and send him to damian three months notice sal (salary?) 25.'

    Please...please reply soon. It's urgent for me to understand the meaning.

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    #2

    Re: Damian

    Somebody please reply!!!!


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    #3

    Re: Damian

    It's pretty meaningless.

    Is someone about to be given the sack?

    Where did you read this?

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    #4

    Re: Damian

    'do him up' is unclear, but it does sound like a dismissal, so it could mean getting his personal effects packed up and out of the office, then to send him to Damian to get bthe threee months' salary payment. However, it's badly written and has mistakes- it reads like an email written in a hurry.

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    #5

    Re: Damian

    Yes, Tdol it's an email written in a hurry. Actually somebody is offered a job and the person (employee) is saying he can't join new office until three months because that's the notice period required by present employer;

    Is the person writing email saying that pay the present employer three months salary in turn of three months notice?

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    #6

    Re: Damian

    That would make sense from the context, but it's hard to get it from the words.

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    #7

    Re: Damian

    Thanks a lot Tdol.

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