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in my last post i use the phrase "mull over over the next few months" i'd initially posted it as "mull over the next six months", caught the mistake when i read it over. question1: is there a term for the use of the same word with different implications adjacent to each other (eg:like "over over" here and "had had" in other constructs)? question2: is this bad style? though i don't really think there is anything called "bad style", as long as it is correct grammar, it goes, but do the academics frown on such sentence construction? i wonder...

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