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6/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1568
Name: Gaurav Rai
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4/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1567
Name: roshan lal
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4/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1566
Name: Loknath
User Feedback:I need to check the word law based " nemo det quod non habet "
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4/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1565
Name: Loknath
User Feedback:I need to check the word law based " nemo det quod non habet "
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2/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1564
Name: amit
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2/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1563
Name: amit
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1/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1562
Name: arun
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1/June/2011
Feedback Number: 1561
Name: vipin
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30/May/2011
Feedback Number: 1560
Name: hanwant
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30/May/2011
Feedback Number: 1559
Name: HEMSINGH
User Feedback:NICE RESPOND I ALWAYS GET AND ONE THE GIANT IMPROVEMENT I EXPERIENCED SO FAR BUT CONFUSION METHOD IN THIS DICTIONARY IS THAT IT DO NOT UNDERSTAND PARTIALLY LANGUAGE MEAN TO SAY IF WE INSERT LIKE: STERLING IF IT IS EXACT THEN SHOW POSITIVE RESPOND BUT IT MUST BE AS HAPPENED IN OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE INSERTING A SINGLE WORD RELEVANT WORD WE CAN GET IF WE ARE WRONG EVEN ANY POSITIVE RESPOND WE CAN GET .
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