Re: Withdrawal of "proposal writing" thread
Subject: Withdrawal of "proposal writing" thread
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Dick - thanks so much - this is the high-level
explanation I was hoping for. Therefore, I withdraw my
inquiry, leaving you All to go on to other threads.
I must say, the thought of *not* correcting errors in
an original RFP gives me the heebie-jeebies.
- Felice Albala
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