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    one question

    hello, can someone tell me why "leave out"?

    And leaving out in the end, the even cheaper, almost used feeling of finding a few bucks on a table

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    Re: one question

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello, can someone tell me why "leave out"?

    And leaving out in the end, the even cheaper, almost used feeling of finding a few bucks on a table
    Leaving is equivalent to 'going out' and that is not the intended meaning of the sentence. The previous sentence or paragraph would have provided the clue: 'leaving out' here is equivalent to avoiding, missing, overlooking. Leaving out is to exclude.

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