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    The equipment for it filled dozens of cases - meaning

    Hello again!

    Finally, the equipment for it filled dozens of cases, making it inconvenient to transport.

    Does it mean that the equipment needed for showing it required that dozens of cases (should) be used, which made it difficult to transport them (the cases).

    Am I right?

    Thank you.

    The text is about showing a film.

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    Re: The equipment for it filled dozens of cases - meaning

    Yes.

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