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Hi

In their own way, all of these feats are just as impressive as ...

--- How should I understand the term "in their own way"?
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NewguestIn their own way, all of these feats are just as impressive as ...

--- How should I understand the term "in their own way"?The implication is that "these" feats should be judged by a different standard than the ones which follow.

The expression is usually used when there's a lower expectation for one group of [feats] than for another. It's sort of an apology.

Once you understand the true nature of these [lesser] feats, you'll learn to appreciate them as much as the other [greater] ones; but you must take them on their own terms.Emotion: nodding

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Hi

Is it possible to say that this means: one can say that these feats are just as impressive as ...
I don't think so. The expression is sort of a caveat. You must go through some sort of indoctrination before you would see them as being of equal stature.
OK, I understand. Thanks!
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