I have a clone of a local repository on my computer, and when I try to 
issue any git command from Terminal I get this "git: Command not found.". 
 That seems to indicate that git is not in the directory containing the 
clone, but it is.  In fact I have used GITX (the graphical interface for 
Mac) to make 10 commits to this clone, so I know it exists.  Plus, I can 
see the .git directory within the directory containing the clone.  And I 
have an exclude file in .git > info to exclude tracking images, etc.

Can someone explain why I can't access this clone through Terminal? 

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