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    Where are the stores locally?

    Does the sentence in the title mean

    "Where are the local stores?"


    "Where are the locations of the stores?"

    , or could mean either?

    I know it was a question in one of my previous posts, and that a member answered it. Nonetheless, I need reinforcement because if it is the first sentence with which the title is synonymous, then the flimsy foundations of my English knowledge will be shattered.

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    Re: Where are the stores locally?

    I have closed this thread, because to have two threads running with the same question could lead to confusion.

    Please ask a follow-up question in the original thread.

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