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    "At least"

    I have not found the phrase "at least" used between inverted commas in most examples provided by dictionaries. Do you think I should or should not use them in the following sentence:

    A federal question is a question that is related, at least in part, to ...

    When I read it, I feel that inverted commas are necessary. What do you think?

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    Re: "At least"

    There is absolutely no need for inverted commas. The only places they are required are indicating dialogue and indicating quotations.

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