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    KOLVARI is offline Newbie
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    I would have far less to be critical.

    I would have far less to be critical of if the other mechanisms were presented in an analogous manner"
    WHAT IS MEANING ABOVE STATEMENT, ESPECIALLY "I would have far less to be critical"

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    Re: meaning of a statement

    Quote Originally Posted by KOLVARI View Post
    I would have far less to be critical of if the other mechanisms were presented in an analogous manner.

    WHAT IS MEANING ABOVE STATEMENT, ESPECIALLY What is the meaning of the above statement, especially "I would have far less to be critical"?
    Hello Kolvari, and welcome to the forum.

    It means I would be much less critical if the other mechanisms were presented in the same way.

    Also, please do not use capital letters unnecessarily. When people write in all-caps, it means they're shouting!

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    Re: meaning of a statement

    Kolvari, who wrote the sentence you are asking about? Where did you read it?

    Always tell us the source of any text you quote, please.

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