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    "All notifications will go out late in May, 2012" what does it mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakash View Post
    "All notifications will go out late in May, 2012" what does it mean?
    Does it help if you replace 'go out' with 'be sent/posted/e-mailed'?

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    Can you please tell me the meaning of this sentence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nakash View Post
    Can you please tell me the meaning of this sentence?
    What part do you not understand?

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