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12 Dec 2018

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At the end vs In the end

AT THE END is used for: end of physical location (at the end of the road), metaphorical end (at the end of the film), final point of a time period (she told us about that the end of the meeting).

IN THE END - finally, after a long time
We worked hard, and in the end we were properly paid.

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