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Need Help Badly---Activity Monitor

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I accidentally deleted activity monitor from my powerbook 15" running 10.3.4. Does anyone know a way to get it back (tried undeleting) without reinstalling whole system? Please let me know. Email me at if you can help. Thank you so much.

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