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    seeing that it is ten o'clock,.....

    Hi all,

    Seeing that it is ten o'clock, we go home.


    Is '' seeing that '' interchangeable with '' now that, in that, give that, in as much as ''

    Many thanks

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    Re: seeing that it is ten o'clock,.....

    Quote Originally Posted by duiter View Post
    Hi all,

    Seeing that it is ten o'clock, we go home.


    Is '' seeing that '' interchangeable with '' now that, in that, given that, in as much as ''

    Many thanks
    Those terms you've given aren't exactly interchangeable, but "seeing that" means pretty much what you seem to be indicating. "Given that ..." is probably the term that ties them all together.

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