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    your matching "his and hers" platinum Range Rovers

    I don't get the meaning of the part: ((your matching "his and hers" platinum Range Rovers)) in the following passage:
    Your success is reflected in your painfully fashionable clothes, your matching "his and hers" platinum Range Rovers, and of course your favorite possession, the isolated lakeside cottage in the Canadian shield.

    Help me please!

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    Re: your matching "his and hers" platinum Range Rovers

    It means that the couple have two Range Rovers - one belongs to him and one belongs to her. It sounds if they are identical (platinum). If it hadn't said that, it would have possible that his was blue and hers was pink.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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