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    "in discussion" or "at discussion"

    Hi, just wanted some expert advice on a query regarding the following sentence:

    "... the dull mundanity of the issues ___ discussion."

    Should the gap be filled by by 'in' or 'at' or are either acceptable?

    Many thanks in advance for your assistance.

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    Re: "in discussion" or "at discussion"

    Welcome to the forum, earlyamerican.

    I'd use 'under'

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