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    #1

    at or on?

    I confused you meant the inspection has passed at / on 16 March.

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    Re: at or on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe2008 View Post
    I confused you meant the inspection has passed at / on 16 March.
    It's "on 16th March". Do you mean "I am confused about whether you meant that the inspection was passed..."?

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