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"Tut man, one fire burns out another’s burning." Quote from Romeo & Juliet.... what does it mean? PLEASE HELP!1

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idk what the tut man part means but the one fire burns out another's burning can be taken many ways. one way is that kinda the one door opens another does, that one fire put out will cause another one somehow through the actions used to put out the other. OR it could mean that one fire burns out another's burning which could refer to the phrase killing 2 birds with one stone, you solve one problem but really you solve two. does that make any sense?
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Ok so in the sense that Just because Romeo & Juliet are in love solves their fued... it doesnt stop the Capulets and Montagues from fighting? @Hope_nicole
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090417135214AA1B45h
yeah! or that is fuels more conflicts between them, more things pulling them apart. stuff like tat :)
ohh ok:) More questions to come :P @Hope_nicole
i should be here :)

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