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    Default At no point -- What point is it making?

    Dear,
    I saw this sentence in the newspapers forum: " At no point were we ever made to feel that our services were unwanted, nor were we not given notice when an event was being cancelled." What is meant by "at no point"? I can't find it in the dictionary.

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    Default Re: At no point -- What point is it making?

    Quote Originally Posted by Green Bean View Post
    Dear,
    I saw this sentence in the newspapers forum: " At no point were we ever made to feel that our services were unwanted, nor were we not given notice when an event was being cancelled." What is meant by "at no point"? I can't find it in the dictionary.

    Thank you.
    It means "not at any time"

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