(At) the 10th anniversary of the attacks

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LQZ

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The 10th anniversary of the attacks, the debate over testing an anthrax vaccine on children and such incidents as the DeVaughn case may put the threat of such bioterrorism back in the news, but for many — even some postal workers — the issue’s immediacy has faded. The Washington Post

Dear all,

I am wondering whether there should be a propersition "at" or something else put before the part in red. Could you please explain to me? Thanks.


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  • Copyright

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    This, that, and the other (a list of three things) may put the threat back in the news ...
    Dogs, cats and gerbils make decent pets, but for real adventure you need a crocodile.

    No "at" or anything else required.
     

    LQZ

    Senior Member
    Mandarin
    This, that, and the other (a list of three things) may put the threat back in the news ...
    Dogs, cats and gerbils make decent pets, but for real adventure you need a crocodile.

    No "at" or anything else required.
    I've got it, Mr Copyright. I initially didn't read "10th anniversary" as a part of the subject. :(
     
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