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    #1

    at/in a district

    I am a little confused about which preposition to use before the name of a district/neighbourhood.

    eg.: I live at/in Brooklin

    He has a house at/in Earl's Court.

    Are both acceptable?

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    Re: at/in a district

    In.

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