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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The correct phrase is "published on date". While "publish in date" is a common error, it is not correct. The Oxford Dictionary online gives a definition of the word "published" as being:  "To make something available to the public through the printing, TV, radio, internet etc.    " The word "in" onlRead more

    The correct phrase is “published on date”. While “publish in date” is a common error, it is not correct.

    The Oxford Dictionary online gives a definition of the word “published” as being:  “To make something available to the public through the printing, TV, radio, internet etc.    ”

    The word “in” only exists in phrases such as “in date” and “in time”.
    The Oxford Dictionary online gives a definition of the word “in” as being:  “Expressing location, presence within a region or area.”

    This implies that the word “in” is used to define location, where as “on” is used to define a point in time.

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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Both are correct. The word "on" is used when the book is the subject of the sentence and the word "in" is used when the book is an object in the sentence.

    Both are correct. The word “on” is used when the book is the subject of the sentence and the word “in” is used when the book is an object in the sentence.

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