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I read this sentence in a book named "Word Power Made Easy":

Such procedures would have struck you as absurd then, as absurd as they would be for your today.

I think "you" should precede "today" instead of "your".

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    Yes, it looks like a typo. – Xanne May 18 at 10:54
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    "Such procedures would have struck you as absurd in your yesterday, as absurd as they would be for your today." See also the Kohima Epitaph. However, it's probably a typo. – Andrew Leach May 18 at 10:58
  • I wondered how long it would be before someone brought in Field-Marshal Slim. – Michael Harvey May 18 at 12:14

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