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I noticed this somewhere and I have no clue what it means, as I'm not a native speaker. Google hasn't helped out. Does anyone know what this means? (If you need additional context, let me know).

I command you for that.

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Ironically, it might have been correct with the additional context. –  Mr Lister Mar 30 '13 at 16:21
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Pretty sure this is a typo or misreading for:

I commend you for that.

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Funny how you depend on Google autocorrect and only notice that when it fails to help you. Thanks! –  Gabi Purcaru Mar 30 '13 at 14:17
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