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Posted by R. Berg on December 18, 2004

In Reply to: 6's and 7's posted by Nikhilesh sinha on December 18, 2004

: The phrase, to be at 6's and 7's implies that you are at a loss, or in a state of ineptitude where you cannot reliably take acton, can anyone shed light on where this comes from?

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