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comment Which is right: “In one of the computers” or “On one of the computers”?
It was a stretch and trying to apply a general concept to the in/out question. I still believe it mostly applies since, to me, an "account" is a representation of a real world item. Also, 'connotate' is in my dictionary but, yes, it does mean to connote.
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answered Which is right: “In one of the computers” or “On one of the computers”?
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