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June 22, 2011

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Shannon M

Actually,

Phrasal Verb:
hone in
1. To move or advance toward a target or goal: The missiles honed in on the military installation.
2. To direct one's attention; focus: The lawyer honed in on the gist of the plaintiff's testimony.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/hone

Glenn

C'mon: Police "home in [not 'hone' in] on" suspects. One effective way to better hone your argument would be to concsult a dictionary now and then.

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