London - tonite - Last chance!
Thread poster: TRADL

TRADL
France
Local time: 01:30
English to French
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Dec 8, 2004

Hi everyone,

There's a pow-wow dinner in London tonite and now is your chance to join before I call the restaurant to extend the number at the table. It's a great turkish restaurant and so far it's about 13 of us for sure...it can't stay this wayicon_smile.gif Feel free to join if you're available. Hope to see you there!

TRADL


 

Angela Dickson  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 00:30
French to English
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Missed it! Dec 8, 2004

I spotted this too late, but now is my chance to ask the question: is it appropriate to come along to a powwow when you don't know anyone? Or is that the point of the event (to get to know people)?

Angela


 

NancyLynn
Canada
Local time: 19:30
Member (2002)
French to English
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Meeting your colleagues is the point of pow-wows! Dec 8, 2004

Go, Angela, go! You will not regret iticon_smile.gif
Take it from a pow-wow veteranicon_smile.gif

Nancy (aka la reine des pow-wow)


 


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