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    @rj1948
    If you are to make a short visit you are to drop in.


    @muktha
    You are at a tennis court playing tennis.
    The ball is coming down to your foot
    If you shoot the ball which is comming but at the best possible time to do it (you did it exactly on time) you had perfect timing.

    Without good timing you couldn't make a good shoot.
    You were absolutelly ready for the kick the ball with your racket.

    Also if you came to a station a few minutes before the train leave, but having just enough time to nicelly get in and accomodate your timing was very good again.
    Last edited by e2e4; 04-Jun-2008 at 00:21.

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    #12

    Re: Is this usuage correct?

    hiii bhaisahab,

    thanks for the explanation.If u dont mind could u please explain me the meaning of 'Examples by no means exhaustive'.I didnt get that sentence.

    thanks

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    #13

    Re: Is this usuage correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by muktha View Post
    hiii bhaisahab,

    thanks for the explanation.If u dont mind could u please explain me the meaning of 'Examples by no means exhaustive'.I didnt get that sentence.

    thanks
    Examples by no means exhaustive.=there are many such examples.
    Regards,
    rj1948.
    Avoid contractions.

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