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27 February

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‎A. I was having some talk with Tom, next to Sally.

Can sentence A imply that "I was having some talk with Tom when "Tom" was next to Sally"?
(I know that sentence A would normally imply "I was having some talk with Tom, when I was next to Sally", but I'm asking about the possibility that A could imply "I was having some talk with Tom when "Tom" was next to Sally" as well)

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