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    #1

    To have in place

    What does "I have in place" mean in the sentence below?

    I've been in business for ten years, and I can't simply go back and recreate all of the systems I have in place.



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    #2

    Re: To have in place

    I can't simply go back and recreate all of the systems I have set up and which are now operating.
    I am not a teacher.

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