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Some example about indirect requests



 
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Some example about indirect requests #1 (permalink) Mon May 10, 2010 12:10 pm   Some example about indirect requests
 

hello evrybody
would you mind sending me some example about indirect requests
thanks
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Some example about indirect requests #2 (permalink) Mon May 10, 2010 13:17 pm   Some example about indirect requests
 

What do you have in mind more specifically, Hassan? Your question is a bit vague. Also, could you please give your threads more specific titles? This one should be called 'Indirect Requests', for instance. Thank you.
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