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  1. unitaryrealte@gmail.com
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    stacie

    Do you use "a unique" or "an unique" in a sentence, which is proper.

    thank you

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    Re: stacie

    I can't help, I'm simply curious.

    Is this one of those strategic postings that get people's attention with its title.

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    Re: stacie

    Use "a unique."

    "An unique" is difficult to say.

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