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12:00 am. or 12:00 pm | What does this phrase mean: with panache?
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For your perusal #1 (permalink) Mon Aug 01, 2005 15:26 pm   For your perusal
 

Hello. Can you please tell me what this phrase means. For your perusal. Thank you. Emma
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Perusal #2 (permalink) Mon Aug 01, 2005 16:06 pm   Perusal
 

Hi Emma,

This expression means for you to look through or over/examine the contents of. Peruse as the verb suggests reading a document or piece of written work with a view to checking the detail contained in it. You would carry out such a process before signing a contract, for example.

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For your perusal #3 (permalink) Mon Aug 01, 2005 19:05 pm   For your perusal
 

Hello Alan. Thank you for your explanation. I have understood everything :).
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