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    the night before

    Hi

    He talked to her the night before she was found dead.

    Does it only mean that he talked to her one night before she was found dead.

    So for example: He talked to her on Tuesday night, and she was found dead the next morning.

    Or maybe it means: He talked to her on Tuesday night and on Wednesday night she was found dead?

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    Re: the night before

    It could mean either.

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