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'An historically accurate claim ' OR 'a historically accurate claim'

Which of these is grammatically correct if either one of them. They both sound incorrect to me

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marked as duplicate by RegDwigнt May 13 '13 at 14:30

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I believe a historically accurate claim is correct.

A search here reveals that while both are used, a is used much more frequently than an.

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