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Thanks for borrowing 2 books for me

I would like to first thank my friend's sister, who is a librarian working in Temasek Polytechnic, even though she did not end up borrowing the 2 books for me because her own borrowing quota has exceeded its limit.

Another person I would like to thank is my Singapore Polytechnic's lecturer.

Hi Hon Chun

The books are available in the SP Main Library.
I've arranged for the books to be sent over to our Hilltop library which is the same building as my office.
It will take about 3 day working days to process. Will let you know once the books are here. Likely will be next week.
Let me know how do you wish to pick it up.

Yeah! Shall be meeting my lecturer for lunch in Singapore Polytechnic next week :)

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