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early on (in his career): at an early point, time or stage (in his career)
- ""Some members of the Delavigne staff plan to leave early on Friday so that they can attend the march."
- "His research team has also found evidence that a little stress early on in life actually makes us into more resilient and better-adjusted adults."
- "For example, we saw the importance of the Asian market early on and adapted very quickly."
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