Query: 1913 "trained to the minute"

Jan Ivarsson TransEdit transedit.h at TELIA.COM
Tue Nov 27 11:12:35 UTC 2001

Gerald Cohen wrote:
>  I came across "trained to the minute" (= fully trained, expert) in a 1913 baseball article. But why "to the minute" here?

Can't it be in the same sense as "up to the minute", modern; up-to-date: The building design is up to the minute, says RHUD?

Jan Ivarsson
jan.ivarsson at transedit.st

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