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    We encountered problems early on in the project.

    Does 'early on in the project' suggest that 'we encountered problems in the early stage of the project' or 'we encountered problems before the project was launched'?
    Thanks.

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    Early stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Early stage.
    Indeed. :wink:

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