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    Re: "In frames of" or "in the frames of"

    Quote Originally Posted by Alvib View Post
    Interestingly, I found the phrase "within the frames of" in COCA.
    Hmmm. There are three citations: one for 'within the frames of reference, one for 'within the frames of meaning', and the third for within the frames of his photographs'. This is hardly convincing evidence of the acceptability or commonness of 'within the frames of'.'
    Last edited by 5jj; 01-Apr-2014 at 19:51. Reason: typo

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