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May I know the meaning of the following sentence :

1.The Bush administration couldn't have been professional and grateful

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That is quite rude. We are not your minions.

cat navy 425May I know the meaning of the following sentence :

Are you asking permission to know something? You don't need permission for that.

cat navy 4251.The Bush administration couldn't have been professional and grateful

Are you sure this is copied correctly?

I would expect this:

The Bush administration couldn't have been more professional and grateful.

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President Bush couldn't have been more professional and grateful to the recently promoted brigadier general who stepped aboard Air Force One. Salutes exchanged. Handshake followed and the brigadier general said, "Mr. President, it's an honor to meet you."

President Bush didn't turn loose of the Brigs hand, pulled' em closer, put his other hand on his shoulder and replied, "No Sir. It's an honor to meet you."

Nuff' said.

anonymousPresident Bush couldn't have been more professional and grateful to the recently promoted brigadier general who stepped aboard Air Force One.

Bush couldn't have been more professional and grateful = His behavior was absolutely perfect in showing gratefulness and professionalism.

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