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    Is there an English sentence such as UNIQUELY RESERVED? Am translating and I am stucked.

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    i don't know


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    Thanks Bashira for youm reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by iryn View Post
    Is there an English sentence such as UNIQUELY RESERVED? Am translating and I am stucked.
    (not a professional teacher) It's not a sentence but a phrase, and yes it does exist in English. "The wool of vicuņas was uniquely reserved for the Incan emperors", for example. The phrase may be debatable in terms of its grammatical correctness, quality, or style, but if definitely does exist in modern English, and would be understood in the sort of context quoted above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuartnz View Post
    [ ... ] yes it does exist in English.
    As do many redundancies and tautologies.

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