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The corner of the cactus is used as a mathematical symbol, which means that everything at the wide end is longer than the sign.

It means: He is bigger than me.

It is usually used by religious people who try to be cautious, indicating that they are older than the person.

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That is a reference to a verse of wheat, John 3:30. It should increase, but it should decrease. More than a mathematical symbol, it means that Jesus thought he was greater than I am. Christians are followers of Jesus Christ or followers of His commandments. By following it with sincerity, we will become more like it. He and his love and compassion must increase because the virtues of me and me and my selfishness and sinfulness must diminish. IL> I'm just a font for this verse and this idea.

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@ Do not reach a second consensus.

Malruhn he is not smart. Real

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Ok i'm stupid

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