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Re: A play of feature, whether instinctive or voluntary, accentuates and [#permalink]
AdityaRathore wrote:
What is the meaning of the abbreviation "PoE". I see this written very often but don't understand what is it actually (here it is used in the above explanation to question 3). Can someone help? Thanks.


I think it means "Process of Elimination".
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Re: A play of feature, whether instinctive or voluntary, accentuates and [#permalink]
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