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Could anyone please explain what the following expressions in bold mean in easy English?
1. In commercial law, there are several reasons for setting aside a sale.
Does this mean "annul the sale?"
2. Like the slogan that Timex Watches used for a half century, "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking."
3. The dissatisfied customers did not want to sue. All they wanted was for the product you sold them to perform as you had told them it would. They just wanted to be "made whole."
OK. Thank you for the help.
I also haven't heard of "made whole" used in this fashion.
I have heard this expression used with respect to spiritual healing.
"Turning away from drugs and alcohol and believing in Jesus has made me whole."
I don't believe this applies in your example though.