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    Cool "that far of a stretch""that far of a stretch"

    Please, meaning for "that far of a stretch" in sentence like:

    "That's why it's not that far of a stretch to believe someone like him could get away with these terrible deeds."

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    Cool Re: "That far of a stretch"

    [quote=Bushwhacker;172564]Please, meaning for "that far of a stretch" in sentence like:

    "That's why it's not that far of a stretch to believe someone like him could get away with these terrible deeds."

    Thank You

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    Re: "That far of a stretch"

    Not such a hard thing to believe.

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    Cool Re: "that far of a stretch""that far of a stretch"

    Not being still able to send private messages, just want to thank you for your kind and helpful answer.

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    Re: "that far of a stretch""that far of a stretch"

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Not being still able to send private messages, just want to thank you for your kind and helpful answer.
    You're welcome. I should have explained that 'a stretch' in this expression is an abbreviation for 'a stretch [of the imagination]'.

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