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Hiya!

Could somebody explain me the expression "IN ON OF ITSELF"? (At least this is what it sounds to my ears. I hope I got it right.) I can hear it from time to time.
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84HGaborHiya!Could somebody explain to me the expression "IN ON OF ITSELF"? (At least this is what it sounds to my ears. I hope I got it right.) I can hear it from time to time.

The expression is "in and of itself" and here's the meaning

http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/in+and+of+itself
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84HGaborHiya!Could somebody explain me the expression "IN ON OF ITSELF"? (At least this is what it sounds to my ears. I hope I got it right.) I can hear it from time to time.

Here, "and" is slurred into the surrounding words and not clearly perceived.
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