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Lightning never strikes in the same place twice



 
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Lightning never strikes in the same place twice #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 14, 2005 12:58 pm   Lightning never strikes in the same place twice
 

Test No. incompl/inter-14 "Popular Idioms (1)", question 1

Lightning never strikes in the same place ..........

(a) before
(b) twice
(c) secondly
(d) thrice

Test No. incompl/inter-14 "Popular Idioms (1)", answer 1

Lightning never strikes in the same place twice.

Correct answer: (b) twice

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Lightning never strikes in the same place twice #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 14, 2005 13:17 pm   Lightning never strikes in the same place twice
 

Lightning never strikes in the same place twice.

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