Message - Re: thesis proposal: drug rehabilitation center

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Posted by  alex_UM on August 07, 2003 at 02:48:35:

In Reply to:  Re: thesis proposal: drug rehabilitation center posted by zion on July 25, 2003 at 05:03:39:

hey how r u?surely im not ur classmate coz im from University of Mindanao.the colors are not really the main focus,it is the circulation of the building from highly used parts of the building to lowest use of other parts.if u can provide an organizational chart of a drug rehabilitation like in would be more useful to us that way we'll able to know how many personels and their specific functions.their different functions corresponds to the circulation of would be nice if u'll send me ur contact number through my e-mail.we can talk to it personally to exchange ideas...hope to hear from u soon.

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