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    Smile Looking for a time expression

    Hi,

    I want to describe something that happened between N o'clock and N+1 o'clock.

    Are there vague time expressions for this?

    I think "around N o'clock" means between N:50 and N+1:10 ...


    Sincerely,


    Last edited by outofdejavu; 19-Oct-2009 at 16:51.

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    Re: Looking for a time expression

    At 12 or shortly thereafter.

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