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    Post throw under

    If this is written:

    "[Object A] was thrown under [Object B]."

    Does it mean [Object A], after being thrown, came to a stop in the space under [Object B]. Or does it mean [Object A] entered the space under [Object B] on one side, completely went through the said space under [Object B], and then exited the said space on the other side?

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    Re: throw under

    It doesn't say what happened to it afterwards.
    It could be either.

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