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Re: Subjects for discussion - mallorn list for 'nearly irises'?

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Linda wrote;
>Also, when I was too busy to post something, I think I saw a few
>questions go by without being answered.  Keep asking, maybe with a
>reminder that the question didn't get answered in the subject line.

When I see a question that I think I could answer but don't have time 
immediately, I save it, and check back later to see if someone else has come 
up with a suitable reply. Usually someone does. Perhaps others could try 
doing this too, it takes no time at all.
Cheers, Jan Clark

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