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    #1

    some of your friends and mine

    1-Jeff invited some of your friends and mine.

    Does this mean:
    a-Jeff invited some of your friends and all of my friends.
    b-Jeff invited some of your friends and some of my friends.
    c-Jeff invited some of the people who are both your friends and mine. He invited some of our mutual friends.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    #2

    Re: some of your friends and mine

    I'd say it means c.

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