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    underscore something present

    This observation again underscores the deep-seted unity of the Western educational world under the sign of a Latin language forcefully - and uniformly - present.

    What does "underscore something present" mean?

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    Re: underscore something present

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    This observation again underscores the deep-seted unity of the Western educational world under the sign of a Latin language forcefully - and uniformly - present.

    What does "underscore something present" mean?
    Hi!

    I don't think these words go together. Underscore means to highlight in a way and goes with "unitiy of the Western educational word".
    present in this case goes with "a Latin language" (which is focefully present in the Western educational world)

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