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past powwow in London dec 28 (2003) : why still on the list ?
Thread poster: nordiste

nordiste  Identity Verified
France
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Jan 26, 2004

Hi,
I am just wondering why the London powwow planned on dec 28th (2003) is still on the board.
No big deal really but just a bit frustrating ; it's too late !


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lim0nka  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 02:17
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well... Jan 27, 2004

nordiste wrote:
I am just wondering why the London powwow planned on dec 28th (2003) is still on the board.


Not really, it's planned for Dec. 28, 2004!


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Germany
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I wondered about this planing Jan 27, 2004

since I saw the powwow announced last winter, as planing so long ahead is a bit difficult in our profession.
Simply look at the board: the specified date is December 28, 2004.


Jerzy


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