Case in Point

✅: case in point
🛑: case and point

Meaning: illustrative, relevant, or pertinent case

In point used to mean “ready for action,” though the phrase has since been retired from common usage. While and makes sense in modern times, this is a case of a fossil phrase that still lingers in the form of this idiom.

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