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  1. matilda
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    Talking 24-in order in which

    Dear all

    Hello

    Can I use the expression (in order) with (in) or I can just use it with (to)? Like the following example, is it correct?

    In order in which you find them


    Thanks a million

    Matilda

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    Re: 24-in order in which

    That would be:
    In the order in which you find them (here it means sequence, not a way of showing a reason)
    Last edited by Tdol; 16-Feb-2006 at 19:11.

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