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thanks in advance

An expression of gratitude said to someone in written communication, especially email, when one has asked them to do something, answer a question, or provide some information. Please let me know as soon as you have confirmation from the board. Thanks in advance.
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Thanks in advance

and TIA
phr. & comp. abb. an expression of gratitude given in advance of the hoped-for receipt of an answer to a question. I hope you can help me. TIA. Bob.
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TIA

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'Towards the end of 2008, I received a message from Jho (Low) via BBM(Blackberry Messenger) that roughly said, 'I've got approval/blessing from Datuk Seri Najib for you to join meeting for TIA'.
The weight of the rifle has raised a few eyebrows in regards to recoil, but as Tia says "recoil is momentary, while toting a heavy rifle all hunting season can be rather ...
Despite everything she went through, Tia was always determined to help others.
"That's why if someone has TIA-like symptoms, it's very important to get evaluated right away so that doctors can address any risk factors that would otherwise increase the risk of having another TIA or stroke," Dr.
Expected to launch in early 2016, the TIA NFV Lab will be North America's first vendor-neutral test bed for NFV technology.
In its comments, TIA described how remote patient monitoring of patient-generated health data (PGHD) must be utilized for any health care system to realize its full potential to deliver care.
Physical security is a vital part of any security plan and is fundamental to all security efforts, said TIA President Grant Seiffert.
In its comments, TIA said, Multiple technologies and their associated business platforms directly challenge each other in the marketplace in a manner not fully contemplated at the time of the 1996 Act.
17 June 2014 - Nordic buyout firm EQT Holdings AB on Tuesday said its EQT Mid Market Fund had agreed to buy Danish insurance software systems provider TIA Technology A/S from private equity firm DKA Capital and the company's founders, without disclosing financial details.
The Boards of Directors of the Canadian Toy Association (CTA) and Toy Industry Association (TIA) partnered to help strengthen synergies between the 2 northern American neighbors and provide benefit for their members and the toy industry.
Jasmyn, 14, died as she pushed Tia Tucker out of the path of a speeding car.
Tia Pugh, who loves Peppa Pig and the Muppets, has an extremely rare form of immune deficiency called STAT1 deficiency.
Yet many of these strokes could have been prevented if the warning signs of a Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA - also known as a mini-stroke) had been spotted.
The Stroke Association is running a survey for people affected by TIA. Anyone affected by a TIA, including stroke survivors and their families, is welcome to take part.