Do i need to put "at " before "half past eight"?

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Do i need to put "at " before "half past eight"?

Unread postby emilymi » Sun Aug 08, 2010 8:00 am

should i say, Let's make it half past eight on the morning of June 23?
or, Let's make it at half past eight on the moring of June 23?

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