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  1. sarah_17
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    back off

    which is correct, back off from life or back of my life? thanks.

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    Re: back off

    Neither makes any sense to me. Sorry.


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    Re: back off

    Quote Originally Posted by sarah_17 View Post
    which is correct, back off from life or back of my life? thanks.
    If you back off life, you are withdrawing from it

    Back of life >> would need more context to be sure what you mean.

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