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  1. Maryfaalh

    short leap of logic

    I have met several times the expression "It is only a short leap of logic" but I can not realize the exact meaning. Could you please explain it?

    Last edited by Maryfaalh; 18-Apr-2005 at 12:37. Reason: Misspelling

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    Re: short peal of logic

    I've never come across the expression. We talk of a peal of bells, when they ring, especially for things like marriages, but I've never heard it linked to 'logic'. If it were, it would probably express a pattern, as bells are rung in a sequence.

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