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    kencongcong is offline Newbie
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    Default Hi, What does ""legal and otherwise" mean?

    I read it from newspaper, what does it mean?

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    Default Re: Hi, What does ""legal and otherwise" mean?

    "legal and otherwise"

    kencongcon.
    It could mean:
    "legal and illegal"
    or
    "to do with the law and not to do with the law"

    If you supply the whole sentence (or more) from the newspaper you will get a better answer.

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