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    #1

    second time running vs in a row

    "He was elected president for the second time running."

    OR

    "He was elected president for the second time in a row."

    Both are OK?

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    Re: second time running vs in a row

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "He was elected president for the second time running."

    OR

    "He was elected president for the second time in a row."

    Both are OK?
    Yes, both are OK.

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