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A Case In Point ( an example which makes clear what you are trying to communicate ... )

"A Case In Point"



A case in point is an example which makes clear what you want to express.

Example: "Jane called. She will be late for this morning's meeting." Reply: "Case in point. We really cannot rely on her."





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