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    session? length of time or meeting?

    What do you mean by session in the following? Session seems to mean some meeting or a period of time in some activity, but does it mean leng of time in this case?

    ex).....For a long time, this irritated me a great deal. I once got a chance to interview one of my favorite comedians. Mike Myers. After our session was over, he teased me saying "Wow,you look like you're 11"........

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    Re: session? length of time or meeting?

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    Session seems to mean some meeting or a period of time in some activity, but does it mean length of time in this case?
    There is no particular emphasis on the length of the time/meeting.

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