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Mikal 606
2017-12-31 19:21:55 UTC
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“More than 11 o'clock in the morning, construction workers blasting earthwork at the construction site. As they prepared to break down the boulder after it was exploded, it was found that there were some oval stones and black fragments of about 2 mm in thickness, suspected of dinosaur egg fossils. So stop working immediately and contact the local museum.” China News reported.

Is "more than 11 o'clock" the way they say "in the hour of"?
Thanks in advance!
Horace LaBadie
2017-12-31 20:07:36 UTC
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erved-dinosaur-eggs-china
“More than 11 o'clock in the morning, construction workers blasting earthwork
at the construction site. As they prepared to break down the boulder after it
was exploded, it was found that there were some oval stones and black
fragments of about 2 mm in thickness, suspected of dinosaur egg fossils. So
stop working immediately and contact the local museum.” China News reported.
Is "more than 11 o'clock" the way they say "in the hour of"?
Thanks in advance!
More importantly, is it suspected English?
Peter T. Daniels
2017-12-31 21:27:27 UTC
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Post by Horace LaBadie
Post by Mikal 606
https://www.i4u.com/2017/12/126523/construction-workers-find-30-perfectly-pres
erved-dinosaur-eggs-china
“More than 11 o'clock in the morning, construction workers blasting earthwork
at the construction site. As they prepared to break down the boulder after it
was exploded, it was found that there were some oval stones and black
fragments of about 2 mm in thickness, suspected of dinosaur egg fossils. So
stop working immediately and contact the local museum.” China News reported.
Is "more than 11 o'clock" the way they say "in the hour of"?
Thanks in advance!
More importantly, is it suspected English?
You mean "suspected of English."
Horace LaBadie
2017-12-31 22:48:47 UTC
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Post by Peter T. Daniels
Post by Horace LaBadie
Post by Mikal 606
https://www.i4u.com/2017/12/126523/construction-workers-find-30-perfectly-
pres
erved-dinosaur-eggs-china
“More than 11 o'clock in the morning, construction workers blasting earthwork
at the construction site. As they prepared to break down the boulder after it
was exploded, it was found that there were some oval stones and black
fragments of about 2 mm in thickness, suspected of dinosaur egg fossils. So
stop working immediately and contact the local museum.” China News reported.
Is "more than 11 o'clock" the way they say "in the hour of"?
Thanks in advance!
More importantly, is it suspected English?
You mean "suspected of English."
Not by me. It's guilty of something, but not that.

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