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  1. Newbie
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    something is the case

    Hello - would you please tell me what is this expression meaning "Something is the case" (i run into it in some philosophical speech)

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    Re: something is the case

    It's true/accurate - a correct assertion. It is the case that I am 1000000 years old [binary, of course ]

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