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acknowledgement book example  Oracle’s dismay and unhappy acknowledgement. More recently, Oracle initiated the intermediate OPN QuickStart program that, for an annual fee of $300.00 (USD), allows solution providers to resell a limited assortment of Oracle 1-Click Ordering Programs and to receive limited OPN benefits. Also, the QuickStart program is available only in North America via authorized value-added distributors (VADs). But even these tempered requirements are too much for those solution providers that need to quickly

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