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Any data that confirms our suspicion will be examined by the board. What do you think this sentence means?
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Hi,
'data' in the above sentence means "information",
form the context of the sentence it appears that 'data' could mean some sort of evidence in the form of figures, notes etc
I guess what this sentence means is that the company doesn't have enough information, needs more. Is that right?
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They have a suspicion and they are saying if they get any further information that confirms their suspicion they will present it to the board. Looks like you could be in trouble, Maj.