does"on the leg to" equals to "on the way to"? This rule even applied to Albert Thomas, their dean, and on the leg to San Antonio Thomas' companions were Woody Taylor, Victoria's Secret Service agent, and, unexpectedly, Godfrey McHugh.
Oct 16, 2012 1:50 AM
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A journey to a number of places would be separated into parts - one for each destination, called a 'leg'. "The first leg of the trip was to Venice." In the above sentence, they are talking about the part (leg) of the trip whose destination was San Antonio.
October 16, 2012
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