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show user profile  kmnfive
14 years as a member here, hello guys!

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show user profile  Nik Clark
Hello fellow old-timer!

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show user profile  9krausec
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show user profile  LionDebt
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show user profile  TiMoN

"Meet your acquaintance!"
Now my english isn't perfect, but doesn't that mean that you met someone that he knows ?

Hey. We were born the same year, and joined Maxforums the same year.. Cosmic..

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10/29/2015 8:30:19 AM (last edit: 10/29/2015 8:30:19 AM)
show user profile  LionDebt
@TiMoN - Haha. Yes. I suppose you're right. "To 'meet' your acquaintance", would be meeting someones' friend. But, it might be valid "American English". They're quite silly sometimes.

In good old proper Kings' English; it would be "To make your acquaintance".

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