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12 August

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What does he grew up between Chicago and Arizona mean?

What does this "between" mean?
Instead of "between", is it possible to say "in"?

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Ted Stresen-Reuter lives in Spain’s Canary Islands, but he grew up between Chicago and Arizona, where he does remember seeing his mother hang out the clothes in the backyard. “I don’t have a dryer here. We hang our clothes out on the terrace, and they dry right away. Nobody in Chicago would dream of sun-drying their clothes. Before dryers, they dried their clothes in the boiler room in the basement. I wouldn’t buy one now, because of environmental awareness and also because I like the feeling of clothes dried in the sun. The sheets are crispy.”

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