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    right reason

    I could not find "right reason" in any dictionary, and I am not sure what it means in a sentence like "they identified it as being right reason". Any idea what this could mean?

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    Re: right reason

    Sounds a little odd to me. Correct reasoning? 'The right reason' makes sense-- it means the appropriate rationale.

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