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    Exquisite experience

    Hi,

    I would like to know the meaning of "Exquisite experience". Please also give me some examples of how to use them.

    Many thanks,

    YlangYlang

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    Re: Exquisite experience

    Hi ylangylang

    Perhaps I could suggest the following definition of "exquisite", which should help.

    exquisite - definition of exquisite by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

    Best regards
    R21

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    Re: Exquisite experience

    Thanks R21.
    Regards,
    ylangylang

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