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    What No previously is mean

    No previously developed instruments existed which addressed the above purpose. As a result,new data collection instruments relevant toTowards a Healthy Dietís objectives were designed and piloted.

    I think that the time before. It would be better if someone explain me

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    Re: What No previously is mean

    Quote Originally Posted by mooyong View Post
    No previously-developed instruments existed which addressed the above purpose. As a result, new data-collection instruments relevant toTowards a Healthy Diet’s objectives were designed and piloted.
    What does "No previously" mean?
    I think that the time before. Yes, "previously" means 'before', but 'previously-developed' is a compound adjective modifying "instruments".
    "No" means that in the past there weren't any instruments for "the above purpose".

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    Re: What No previously is mean

    Thank you for answer.
    Last edited by mooyong; 04-Aug-2010 at 07:27.

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    Re: What No previously is mean

    Quote Originally Posted by mooyong View Post
    Thank you for answer.
    Thank you for (your)(the) answer.
    Thank you for answering.

    You're welcome.

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