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    Come Under Control

    Some confusion about the meaning of this:

    "The area came under the control of the rebel forces."

    Does "come under" mean 1) the durative state of being controlled by the rebel forces, or 2) the transition of losing independence to the rebel forces?

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    Re: Come Under Control

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