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    he hadnít brought in his hair salon.

    36. Doesn't it have to be "brought from"? "brought in" sounds like a mistake.

    Sometimes creative thinking is closely related to invention, where you break new ground. Other times it results in innovation. _________________. A Hollywood hairdresser, who tends to think creatively, once got an urgent call from a young actress who needed her hair done for a big celebrity party. The hairdresser rushed to the womanís home. He took a look at what she was wearing, and found he needed special combs and scissors that he hadnít brought in his hair salon. But she was in a hurry. So he thought for a moment and then he pulled a piece of ribbon from his travel case, and immediately went to work. In thirty minutes, with nothing

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    Re: he hadnít brought in his hair salon.

    You are right, it should be from. ​;)

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