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    this fall

    Fulbright English teaching assistant Morgan Smith traveled to Alexandria, Egypt, this fall for an up-close and personal look at relics of the country’s past.
    (From Centre News: Fulbright winner Morgan Smith ?10 amid violent crisis in Egypt)

    This is part of an article issued on February 3, 2011. Does this fall mean "in fall 2010"?

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    Re: this fall

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    This is part of an article issued on February 3, 2011. Does this fall mean "in fall 2010"?
    Yes

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