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    "What this might mean is that it is seldom overrun..."

    hello friends.
    would You please help me to understand the meaning of the paragraph bellow,specially the word"might" ?

    "What this might mean is that it is seldom overrun and has significant buffering built in. The same might hold with a standard project life cycle template based on a traditional network structure. "

    thanks

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    Re: "What this might mean is that it is seldom overrun..."

    "Might" indicates a possibility, not a certainty.

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