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    Case against alleged vandals set for pre-trial conference on 7 January.

    Case against alleged vandals set for pre-trial conference on 7 January.

    The above is headline from a local newspaper.

    Is "on" the correct preposition?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Case against alleged vandals set for pre-trial conference on 7 January.

    Quote Originally Posted by kohyoongliat View Post
    Case against alleged vandals set for pre-trial conference on 7 January.

    The above is headline from a local newspaper.

    Is "on" the correct preposition?

    Thanks.
    Yes.

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