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    appropriate to grape

    Does this "appropriate " have to be corrected to "related"? It sounds awkward here.

    2. The origins of wine are unknown....At a number of Neolithic sites in the Middle East, archaeologists have located jars that have not only the residues appropriate to grape juice but also deposits of resin...

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    Re: appropriate to grape

    not a teacher

    appropriate = suitable, proper or relevant in the circumstances
    The residues are of the sort that one would expect to find if grape juice had once been present.
    Last edited by JMurray; 09-Nov-2013 at 08:06.

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