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    cut to ribbons

    What is cut to ribbons in terms of form?

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    Re: cut to ribbons

    Welcome to the forums, faizel. I'm afraid your question makes no sense. Can you rephrase it?

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    Re: cut to ribbons

    I think it means, 'What is "cut to ribbons" in terms of form?' or 'What is the form of "cut to ribbons"?'
    The answer depends on what choices we have for 'form'. It's an idiom, a phrase, a string of words ...

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