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  • curprev 14:43, 19 September 2007Linguipedia talk contribs 852 bytes +852 New page: The term '''state of affairs''' is a synonym of situation, i.e. it is used as a cover term for states, processes and actions. ::*''“The term ‘State of Affairs’ is here used in t...