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    #1

    it will kill or cure

    It's used to say that something will either work or fail?

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    Re: it will kill or cure

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    It's used to say that something will either work or fail?
    That's about it, yes.

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    Re: it will kill or cure

    Well, to me it means it's an extremely potent medicine. If you don't die, it will cure you.

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