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    Default to the point at hand

    “James,” Aislinn acknowledged. “You’re up kind of late this morning. Is Grace sleeping in, too?”
    Dad glanced up, and I could swear he blushed. “Hmm? Oh. Yes. Well. In any case. Um . . . to the point at hand.”
    “Leave Dad alone,” I told Aislinn. “His Britishness is short-circuiting.”


    to the point at hand ??

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    Default Re: to the point at hand

    at hand - "near in time or position"

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