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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Default Meaning of the phrases

    I find both examples to be "borderline grammatical" as is. They seem syntactically sound, but semantically anomalous.

    Is 'as is' correctly used?

    What does the second sentence mean?

    Many thanks.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Meaning of the phrases

    What phrases?

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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Default Re: Meaning of the phrases

    Hi Anglika

    I'm referring to the phrases in bold.

    Many thanks in advance.

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