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    'At as round table, there is no dispute of place'?

    Hi,

    Would you, please, explain about the exact meaning of this saying?

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    Re: 'At as round table, there is no dispute of place'?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi,

    Would you, please, explain about the exact meaning of this saying?
    It is (at a round...). This is an Italian proverb. It means that nobody is seated at the "head" of a rectangular table. Everyone is equal, so there will be no arguments about position.

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