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Distinguished Guru
Distinguished Guru
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Message 11 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

That really is too much of a coincidence. I'm beginning to wonder if 99.99% might have been a bit of an exaggeration.

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Distinguished Sage
Distinguished Sage
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Message 12 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

It could be because 73.6% of all statistics are made up.

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lines_man
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Message 13 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

No, 99.99% is accurate........

Here, this will help convince you,

General Practitioner 1
n.
1. Any of various chiefly aquatic bloodsucking or carnivorous annelid worms of the class Hirudinea, of which one species (Hirudo medicinalis) was formerly used by physicians to bleed patients and is now sometimes used as a temporary aid to circulation during surgical reattachment of a body part.

2. One that preys on or clings to another; a parasite.

3. Archaic A physician.

General Practitioners 2
v.tr.
1. To bleed with leeches.

2. To drain the essence or exhaust the resources of.

v.intr.
To attach oneself to another in the manner of a leech.
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Distinguished Sage
Distinguished Sage
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Message 14 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

I hope your GP is not a forum member and reads your posts otherwise next visit may be a problem whe he takes your blood sample using leeches. Lol



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Damien1
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Message 15 of 15

Re: Priority line repair

Is there any mods able to help me with this??
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