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    Lightbulb At no point?

    What does "at no point" mean in this sentence?

    "At no point does the Deli actually go into a losing situation where they lose money."

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    Re: At no point?

    'At no time'.

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    Re: At no point?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZOEYW View Post
    What does "at no point" mean in this sentence?

    "At no point does the Deli actually go into a losing situation where they lose money."

    Thanks,
    It's not a very natural sentence. "At no point does the deli get into a situation where it loses money" is better.

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