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Daemon
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hit (something) out of the (ball)park

To do or perform something extraordinarily well; to produce or earn an exceptional achievement. An allusion to hitting a home run in baseball that lands outside the stadium. More...

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Posted: Wednesday, March 01, 2017 7:58:12 PM
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Daemon wrote:
hit (something) out of the (ball)park

To do or perform something extraordinarily well; to produce or earn an exceptional achievement. An allusion to hitting a home run in baseball that lands outside the stadium. More...

That which was right in the ballpark
It was good enough of a guess, ordinary.
Needs be hit out of the (ball)park
To become an achievement, extraordinary!




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