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    • Join Date: Jul 2007
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    #1

    people the world over

    Is "People the world over" the same as "people all over the world"?
    Is there any difference?

  1. #2

    Smile Re: people the world over

    No.


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    #3

    Smile Re: people the world over

    Was that the answer to my first question or second? :)

  2. #4

    Smile Re: people the world over

    Sorry!

    'Yes' to the first, 'No' to the second. They mean exactly the same thing.

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