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    the world over

    So the people here in the garden aren't necessarily all speaking the same language or sharing the same culture, but they all have a love of gardening which universally the world over, diehard gardeners all have something in common and it's a really great social glue that binds people here together.

    Hi

    What is the meaning of " which universally the world over" in this part?

    Thanks

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    Re: the world over

    In my understanding this sounds a tad redundant, once that universally already means the world over..but these slips happen...Im an avid garden-lover btw...any other botany fellow out there?;)


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    Re: the world over

    It looks to me as though something is missing from this quote.

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