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    maximum by at

    Please check the below sentence for any grammatical error.

    We have arranged site visit for tomorrow morning at Anna Nagar. Kindly ensure your presence, maximum by at 9:00am in our office.
    Last edited by Kumar Nadimuthu; 27-Jan-2015 at 14:50.

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    Re: maximum by at

    What do you mean by "presence maximum?"

    Do you mean "no later than 9:00 AM?"

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    Re: maximum by at

    attendance/availability.

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    #4

    Re: maximum by at

    Yes, I know what "presence" means, I was asking what you mean by "maximum."

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    Re: maximum by at

    His presence at office not later than 9:00am, I would have written as "no later than 9:00am", Thanks for the corrected one.
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    Re: maximum by at

    "Maximum by at" does not make sense. Use "no later than."

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