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    In that capacity

    "In the director's absence the assistants, in that capacity, were in charge. "

    Please explain "in that capacity". Thanks.


    OK, great. I read your answer and come back to edit my old message to thank you again.
    Last edited by nonEnglish; 31-Aug-2005 at 04:29.

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    Re: In that capacity

    The assistants were in charge, but not in the capacity of - in the position of -"director". They maintained their title and role as assistants.

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