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  1. Anonymous
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    What's this proverb mean?Can anybody tell me?

    "we now walk rather away from chimney in the same straight line as when
    we measured of the distance of 90 feet."

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    Sorry, but I can't find any information on it at all. Could you give us some more details, like where it is from, please.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    Re: What's this proverb mean?Can anybody tell me?

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    "we now walk rather away from chimney in the same straight line as when
    we measured of the distance of 90 feet."
    I have no idea either. It sounds more like geometry problem than a proverb.

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    I drew a blank on this one, too.

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