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    #1

    saved herself instead of saving me

    Is it correct?

    - What I did has no merit at all.
    - Oh, you're wrong. Someone else would have saved herself instead of saving me.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: saved herself instead of saving me

    It's fine.

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