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    related relating to

    Hello,

    Could someone explain the usage of the phrase "related relating to" in the quote below. Thank you!

    "My duty requires me to remain true to the timeless axioms related relating to command responsibility and accountability."

    General James Amos,
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    Re: related relating to

    Where did you read this, Conan? It looks like he couldn't decide which word was better and forgot to delete one of them before sending it off for printing.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 01-Oct-2013 at 09:15.

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    Re: related relating to

    Either form is correct, but using both is not.

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