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    distance itself

    What is the 'distance itself' mean? ^-^

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    Re: distance itself

    If this is a follow-up to your question in the other thread you started, please post it there. The verb has been dealt with in the other thread you started, Please do not confuse things by starting a new thread on the same words.

    If it is a question about the noun 'distance' then please post a complete sentence. The two words you have posted are meaningless.
    Last edited by 5jj; 28-Nov-2011 at 23:18.

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