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    Default without any kind of throbs either way

    Dear Teacher:

    I am not quite sure about the meaning of the bracketed phrase. Would you please give me a hand?


    You know how we always been- we nearly all the time understand each othe pretty well [without any kind of throbs either way]


    Thanks a lot.

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    Default Re: without any kind of throbs either way

    Throb = beating of the heart, so I assume this means that they experience no extremes, either of passion or rage, but are calm in their togetherness.

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