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Reply to "At the top and on the top"

Thanks David!

1) Just confirming so in the below sentence, I should use on, instead of at?

Mr Axelson is currently on the top of the ranking for the BWF.

2) Just to be safe, as on can be used as a substitute for on. Just use "on" for all sentences. What's your thoughts on this?

Last edited by Tony C
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