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    Outside

    Is it correct to say "outside of the standby time of the company"? Or does one have to say, "outside of the standby hours of the company"? Should I leave out "of"?

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    Re: Outside

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Is it correct to say "outside of the standby time of the company"? Or does one have to say, "outside of the standby hours of the company"? Should I leave out "of"?

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    In BrE, I would say remove "of".

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