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    Doubt! Help me! "Throughout the present study".

    Hello friends. I have a doubt: In a book (Marriage, Family and Law in Medieval Europe), I saw the phrase: "Throughout the present study 'dowry' refers to a gift to the husband on the part of the wife." This means:

    A) The phrase (Throughout the present study) means that word refers to a gift, in all studies that are done today (in other studies and books today).

    B) The phrase (Throughout the present study) means that word refers to a gift, every time it is used in this book (Marriage, Family and Law in Medieval Europe).

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    Re: Doubt! Help me! "Throughout the present study".

    Quote Originally Posted by BRENOIRONMAIDEN View Post
    Hello friends. I have a doubt: In a book (Marriage, Family and Law in Medieval Europe), I saw the phrase: "Throughout the present study 'dowry' refers to a gift to the husband on the part of the wife." This means:

    A) The phrase (Throughout the present study) means that word refers to a gift, in all studies that are done today (in other studies and books today).

    B) The phrase (Throughout the present study) means that word refers to a gift, every time it is used in this book (Marriage, Family and Law in Medieval Europe).
    B. The book = the present study.

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