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    Scheme and others questions

    Hi, there are some things I have doubts about ...

    Is Scheme and Plan means the same thing?

    Is it correct to understand "hatched" as conspire to devise?

    What is "Behalf" on Obama's behalf? I always had troubles with this word

    "The scheme Dunn hatched on Obama’s behalf revolved around a simple transaction. Every time he did an event for a candidate, Hopefund would require the
    beneficiary to set up a registration system and then turn
    over the attendees’ email addresses to the PAC."

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    Re: Scheme and others questions

    Quote Originally Posted by flowersa View Post
    Hi, there are some things I have doubts about ...

    Do Scheme and Plan means the same thing?

    Is it correct to understand "hatched" as conspire to devise?

    What is "Behalf" on Obama's behalf? I always had troubles with this word

    "The scheme Dunn hatched on Obama’s behalf revolved around a simple transaction. Every time he did an event for a candidate, Hopefund would require the
    beneficiary to set up a registration system and then turn
    over the attendees’ email addresses to the PAC."
    What don't you understand about this: behalf noun - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online

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    Re: Scheme and others questions

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Hi Bhaisahab ...

    As for "Behalf of" In the Hebrew dictonary it writes "In the name of" or "On behalf of someone" What more fits for it?

    Thanks for fixing

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