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Here の is used in the same manner as you might こと, as a nominalizer(sp?) It is common to end a sentence with ことだ or のだ basically turning the sentence structure into " it is the case(thing) that ..." Effectively there is little difference in the meaning than if it was not there at all, but it can have connotations of politeness, so for instance in ...


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