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    Smile Is this usage correct?

    Hi friends,

    Is there any sense you get while reading this:

    "Pinnacle together"

    Is that a correct usage? Does it imply any idea? Is that appropriate to use so? IF SO PLEASE EXPLAIN..


    Thank you all,
    Joe

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    Re: Is this usage correct?

    It means nothing to me as it stands. In what context did you see or hear it?

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    Re: Is this usage correct?

    As Fivejedjon says, the context is important; you could have something like they reached the pinnacle together.

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