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what's this? what does it mean?

thanx in advance

Elida
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When you list two things (for example, roses and daisies), you can refer to the first thing as the former (in that case, roses) and the second thing as the latter (in that case, daisies).

In your sentence: Was there a constructive or resulting trust? Constructive trust (whatever that is!) is the former, and resulting trust is the latter.
Grammar GeekWhen you list two things (for example, roses and daisies), you can refer to the first thing as the former (in that case, roses) and the second thing as the latter (in that case, daisies).

In your sentence: Was there a constructive or resulting trust? Constructive trust (whatever that is!) is the former, and resulting trust is the latter.
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MrPedantic(You could think of it as "Giotto vs Van Gogh".)

MrP

Or Giacometti vs Van Gogh.
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