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    Definition of Idiom:"This just in"

    I am looking for a precise definition of "This just in". From how it is used, I infer that it refers to news items that have just arrived at a news desk. Is there all there is to it?


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    Re: Definition of Idiom:"This just in"

    Quote Originally Posted by Niklas Rudemo View Post
    I am looking for a precise definition of "This just in". From how it is used, I infer that it refers to news items that have just arrived at a news desk. Is there all there is to it?
    yes...that is all there is to this saying.

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