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At 10:18pm on January 30, 2008, Jim Canto said…
Hi Diane. I've got much going on in the Medical arena. Shall we network a bit? More info on my page here.
At 8:00am on December 24, 2007, Gautam Kumar chaudhury said…
Hi,
i am interested to be ur contact in India.pl reply,
gautam chaudhury
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At 5:16pm on August 8, 2007, Job Blogger said…
Hey Diane..
Check out http://walkin.wordpress.com and post your jobs here.
Thanks.
At 2:53am on July 30, 2007, Jashan Joshi said…
Hi,

Hope you are doin great!

I would like to add you to my network.

Let me know if I can be of any use to you.

Regards,

Jashan
jashan.joshi@capgemini.com
At 9:40am on July 18, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Stop smiling! You think that looks good, that little blonde in the front?
 
 
 

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