Ha - seems you got me ;-) Thanks.
(the next double meaning)


Am 29.01.2020 um 21:18 schrieb Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>:

Replace " which is easily possible" with "which both are easily possible". Some may imply "which is" is an either/or situation. "is" singular. "are" plural. "both are" possibly redundant when just "are" should work, but pounds it into their head.

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