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    'What does The liquid assumes the form' mean?

    Hi,

    'What does The liquid assumes the form' mean?

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    Re: 'What does The liquid assumes the form' mean?

    It could mean anything - or nothing. Please give us more context.

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    Re: 'What does The liquid assumes the form' mean?

    Did you ever notice that when you put a liquid in a tall, slender glass that the liquid forms a shape that is tall and slender?

    But you can take the exact same liquid and put it in a short, squat mug and the liquid will form a shape that is short and squat?

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