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    #1

    all doubt that

    Can you omit "about" between doubt and that? It is cofusing, so there is no difference with about and without about?

    ex),,,,It means that when you remove all doubt that you will receive what you have imagined, it is sure to come to you..

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    Re: all doubt that

    I would not use about there. If you put about in, then whether works better than that.

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