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Conventional grammar

Which is grammatically correct?

at the Eastercon
7(8.8%)
at Eastercon
69(86.2%)
(What is this "Eastercon" you keep going on about?)
4(5.0%)


To keep this poll simpler: take as read that whether or not it needs a definite article for this year, it'll be "an Eastercon" speaking more generally.

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la_marquise_de_
Apr. 18th, 2012 12:56 pm (UTC)
'at Eastercon' with reference to a specific Eastercon; 'at the Eastercon' when I'm generalizing about them ('I ran into J at Eastercon' as opposed to 'There's usually real ale at the Eastercon')