sense of the moment

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ghasem

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hi


illappreciate
if someone explain the meaning of these sentences to me





with a about 20 hours to go, some had been had been there since thursday night , moved by a sense of the moment and civic purposes.
 

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To have a sense of the moment is to understand what is happening or about to happen, and to grasp its significance or importance.
 

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Hi

[STRIKE]illappreciate[/STRIKE] I would appreciate it if someone would explain the meaning of these sentences to me:

With [STRIKE]a[/STRIKE] about 20 hours to go, some [STRIKE]had been[/STRIKE] had been there since Thursday night, moved by a sense of the moment and civic purposes.

Remember to capitalise your written English correctly. Also, check that you are copying sentences exactly as they were written.
 
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