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    not for the obvious reason

    Hi

    If somebody says that the panic hit him, but not for the obvious reason, it means he started to panic, but didn't know why, right?

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    Re: not for the obvious reason

    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    If somebody says that the panic hit him, but not for the obvious reason, it means he started to panic, but didn't know why, right?
    It means that he started to panic, but not for a reason which might seem obvious given the context.

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