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KudoZ - how to grade a question you\'ve lost track of?
Thread poster: Aida Alvarez

Aida Alvarez  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 10:12
English to Spanish
Dec 7, 2001

I asked for the meaning in Spanish of the word \"solid state\" about a week and a half ago, and the same day I got two answers. Unfortunately, we had a server problem over here and I couldn\'t grade the answers. I had a chance to do that today, but, of course, it\'s not on the list anymore. Is there a way I can grade it? I want to be fair and express my thanks to the ones that took the time and effort to answer my question. Thanks.

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Nikki Graham  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 18:12
Partial member (2003)
Spanish to English
Glossary Dec 8, 2001

Hi,



if you go to glossary, choose the correct language pair and write the term you asked, it should come up and then you can grade it.



HTH



Nikki

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mckinnc  Identity Verified
Local time: 19:12
French to English
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Shouldn't be a problem Dec 8, 2001

Can\'t you just locate it by narrowing down the search for open items in your language pair and adding any details such as whether the question was business/finacial etc, then if it was quite far back, asking that it lists 500 entries?

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Aida Alvarez  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 10:12
English to Spanish
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Amara. Thanks a lot. I did it and graded it. Appreciate your help. : ) Dec 9, 2001

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On 2001-12-08 01:12, Amara wrote:

Hi,



if you go to glossary, choose the correct language pair and write the term you asked, it should come up and then you can grade it.



HTH



Nikki

[ This Message was edited by: on 2001-12-08 01:12 ]



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Aida Alvarez  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 10:12
English to Spanish
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Yep. Found it now and graded it. Thanks for your help : ) Dec 9, 2001

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On 2001-12-08 09:20, mckinnc wrote:

Can\'t you just locate it by narrowing down the search for open items in your language pair and adding any details such as whether the question was business/finacial etc, then if it was quite far back, asking that it lists 500 entries?



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