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    #1

    with their cover blown they had nowhere to go.

    Hi,

    The problem was that with their cover blown they had nowhere to go.

    What does this sentence mean?

    Does it mean "once their cover was blown they had nowhere to go"?

    Thanks a lot

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    #2

    Re: with their cover blown they had nowhere to go.

    Yes, that's what it means.

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