Is this construction grammatically correct?

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"Kaur Singh’s critique of Uberoi is untenable.  It does not mean, however, that Uberoi’s model of the Five Sikh symbols is perfect.  The model has its weaknesses, but they are minor and reparable in its own terms."  

 

Is there any problem with this construction?  Kindly consider especially the last line:  Does 'in its own terms' cause any confusion?

 

Thank you,

 

Sarvan Minhas

edited Jul 23 '13 at 16:42 Sarvan Minhas New member

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Although I am not familiar with the topic, the paragraph seems grammatically sound to me.

link answered Jul 24 '13 at 07:32 Neznayou New member

Thank you. Will it make a difference if I say' The model has its weaknesses, but they are minor and reparable within its [own] framework.'

Sarvan MinhasJul 24 '13 at 14:52

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