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    #1

    Arrow "All but one"

    Hi people,

    I read on BBC website:

    "All but one of the deaths were in the coastal province of Ica, about 265km (165 miles) south of the capital, Lima."

    What does "all but one" mean?

    Thanks,

    Falcon

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    #2

    Re: "All but one"

    It means 'all except one.'

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