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    Question It was the one picture of the day

    According to the sixth paragraph of this article, what does "It was the one picture of the day" mean? Was it the only picture or the first picture of the day?

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    Re: It was the one picture of the day

    It was the only picture.

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    Re: It was the one picture of the day

    We don't use "the one picture" to mean "the first picture". It might be possible to say "It was picture number one that day" - that would mean it was the first picture that day.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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