SELECT

DBO_RECORDS.ORG_NAME, DBO_RECORDS.FIRST_NAME, DBO_RECORDS.LAST_NAME, DBO_PROPOSAL.AMOUNT_ASKED, DBO_PROPOSAL.AMOUNT_EXPECTED, dbo_TABLEENTRIES_1.LONGDESCRIPTION, dbo_TABLEENTRIES.LONGDESCRIPTION, DBO_PROPOSAL.Proposal_Name, DBO_PROPOSAL.DATE_EXPECTED, DBO_PROPOSAL.DATE_ASKED



FROM

(((DBO_RECORDS INNER JOIN DBO_PROSPECT ON DBO_RECORDS.ID = DBO_PROSPECT.CONSTIT_ID) INNER JOIN DBO_PROPOSAL ON DBO_PROSPECT.ID = DBO_PROPOSAL.PROSPECT_ID) LEFT JOIN dbo_TABLEENTRIES ON DBO_PROPOSAL.GIFT_TYPE = dbo_TABLEENTRIES.TABLEENTRIESID) LEFT JOIN dbo_TABLEENTRIES AS dbo_TABLEENTRIES_1 ON DBO_PROPOSAL.RATING = dbo_TABLEENTRIES_1.TABLEENTRIESID

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