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    use of verb issue

    is the sentence 'issue from' right ?

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    Re: use of verb issue

    The meaning of the verb 'issue' is to send or provide. As: The motor vehicle office issues driving licenses to people who pass a test. In your sentence, it does not convey any meaning.
    Last edited by sarat_106; 05-Jul-2008 at 11:30.


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    Re: use of verb issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    is the sentence 'issue from' right ?
    What is the context in which it was used?

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