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2009/4/21 Gérald Bourguignon <gbourguignon -at- abrahamcomm -dot- ca>:
> I don't know. I've just started discussing this via another contractor doing
> some other work for the client. Sorry for my ignorance but what does UL
> stand for? Within this context, I know it can't be unordered list. ;-)
That was, by the way, just an example; I don't know if it's relevant
to your case (or even, now that I think of it, if it's relevant to the
certification of *people* -- I know that one often sees the UL mark on
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