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    require

    Hi.
    What's the difference between saying "in the past, custom required you that you warn your opponent" and saying "In the past, it was customary to do so"?

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    Re: require

    No significant difference.

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    Re: require

    Quote Originally Posted by hooshdar3 View Post
    Hi.
    What's the difference between saying "in the past, custom required you that you warn your opponent" and saying "In the past, it was customary to do so"?
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