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    in His Day

    Doesn't it have to be "in his days"? I think the plural form makes sense.

    18)Difference Between Degas and Other Painters in His Day
    There was one big difference between Degas and other famous painters in his day such as Monet and Manet.

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    Re: in His Day

    No. 'In his day' means 'at the time he was alive'.

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