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There is a phrase that from an article:

It is not the case, however, that XXX can always be constructed using LLL.

Can I interpret as: XXX can always be constructed using LLL; or XXX can't always be constructed using LLL?

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  • The title seems inconsistent with the question.
    – Jasper
    Oct 16 '14 at 0:53
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Try to break down the sentence into two parts to make it simpler:

It is not the case, however,

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That XXX can always be constructed using LLL

Sentence 2 says that XXX can always be constructed using LLL and sentence 1 tells you that this is not always the case.

So your second interpretation is correct: XXX can't always be constructed using LLL.

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