Today’s lesson of colloquial expression
655. case in point 適例（まさにぴったりの）
- this refers to an example which serves to illustrate a point being made
1. Deregulation of the banking industry is not necessarily good for the economy. The 2008 financial meltdown is a perfect case in point.
2. Drinking alcohol can be good for you. Case in point: a study said that drinking a glass of red wine daily is good for the heart!