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    Arrow about rain

    what is the difference between:
    a) It is drizzling; b) It is raining; c)It rains cats and dogs.

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    Re: about rain

    Quote Originally Posted by ganesanp1949 View Post
    what is the difference between:
    a) It is drizzling; b) It is raining; c)It rains cats and dogs.
    As 5jj's sources will show you, the difference is about the severity of the rain.

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