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  1. Mrigank


    Dear Sir,

    Is " at an earliest correct" or only "at the earliest correct"? If both are correct, kindly let me know the uses of both.


    Mrigank Shekhar

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    Re: Shekhar

    It depends on the context, but 'at the earliest' would be the normal choice.


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