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    #1

    "Not a minute too soon"?

    Hi, could you help me understand the below dialogue?

    I don't understand B's saying.

    A: Justin just arrived at the station.
    B: And not a minute too soon.

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    #2

    Re: "Not a minute too soon"?

    If he had arrived any later, they would have missed the train.

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