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    Which has more Stretch?

    I have to write an essay on which has more stretch, forgetfulness or helplessness?

    What does it mean 'more stretch'? Thank you in advance.

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    Re: Which has more Stretch?

    I believe your assignment is to explore and determine which term will fit more situations.

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    Re: Which has more Stretch?

    It's a strange title to me- is that the exact wording?

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