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    Look no further - since 1939

    I saw a sentence in a US magazine. Look no further - since 1939, we've been doing it for 67 years. How should I understand "look no further". Furthermore could you please give me other samples? Thanks.

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    Re: Look no further - since 1939

    Look no further means just that, to stop looking, to stop searching for information elsewhere. That is, the company or Internet site using that phrase is saying that they have what you are looking for, so there's no need to look any further.

    Ex: Need to find a definition or a quotation? Need a reference book about a particular subject? Looking for a bilingual dictionary? Look no further than Oxford.
    Ex: Ever wanted to visit a foreign country, looking for once in a life time experience, well look no further, Your adventure could start here.
    Ex: LOOK NO FURTHER! Our company is for you...
    Last edited by Casiopea; 18-Aug-2007 at 08:58.


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    Smile Re: Look no further - since 1939

    Great thanks for your wonderful answer. I understand it very well now.

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    Re: Look no further - since 1939

    You're most welcome.

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