4 Jul 2015

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Good morning, y'all! Can you help me figure out what this sentence means?

Having seen the dog's circulatory system firsthand, the scientist was impervious to criticism of the location of a vein in his diagram.

And here's how I understand it:
the scientist had looked at the dog's circulatory system and made a diagram of what he saw. He got some critical comments on the location of a vein of the dog but it didn't daunt him at all because he saw what the dog's circulatory system looked like firsthand.

Is this correct?

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