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"in office" or "of office"?

  • We don't NEED another LEECH in office.
  • Bush taking the oath of office.
  • He was later removed from office.
  • DUDUS needed to run for office then.
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"of oil", "in oil" or "for oil"?

  • Keep Skin Clean And Free Of Oil.
  • Saute garlic, ginger, and onion in oil.
  • Later for oil Iraq was attacked.
  • We ordered bread with oil and balsamic.
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of, in, for, with or by opinion?

  • Offering a difference of opinion.
  • Nasscom, however, differed in opinion.
  • However, all of the above is my very own unpaid for opinion.
  • Still, many came, all with opinions.
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of, for, with, to or on opportunity?

  • We are a nation of opportunities.
  • Our leaders share this support for opportunity.
  • Jersey Cares is coordinating volunteers with opportunities near them.
  • This is a tactical relation to opportunity.
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of, with, for, on or at option?

  • We are really running out of options.
  • With option 4, you will receive additional benefits.
  • I am all for Option B if you are up to it.
  • On the playground roll call: I'd with the others on Option B.
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"in order" or "of order"?

  • It is in order and clearly done.
  • Price depends on size of order 2.
  • Users will now be able to search emails by order of date, attachment size and other options.
  • The website also offers free shipping for orders over Rs.
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of, for, to, in or by organization?

  • The whole concept of organization is.
  • Maybe it's the potential for organization that does it.
  • Send your money to organisations sending medical help.
  • Informal communication always occurs in organizations.
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