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Old 02-13-2014
Using strings and awk:
strings file | awk '
        /SleeperThreadAborting/ {
                v = $0
                if ( v !~ /\}\}$/ )
                        v = v $0
                        sub ( /\}[^}]*$/, "}", v )
                        sub ( /SleeperThreadAborting[^{]*/, "SleeperThreadAborting", v )
                print v

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Old 02-13-2014
I truly appreciate it! It works perfect!
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