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    #1

    Same

    "X will provide the Material to X at the end of the creation process and, on request, during the same."

    Is "same" used correctly above? I think it is.

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Same

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    I think it's acceptable. I've certainly heard that usage before in legal speak.

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    Re: Same

    I've mostly heard it without "the".

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    #4

    Re: Same

    Quote Originally Posted by Allen165 View Post
    "X will provide the Material to Y ...
    I know we're not mathematicians, but if you set a variable to mean one thing, it should keep meaning the same thing.
    "X will provide the material to Y when X finishes it, or if Y asks for it in the meantime."

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