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A Preposition is a word placed before a noun or pronoun, to show the relation between it, and some other word or words in the sentence.
First book in composition, applying the principles of grammar to the art of composing : also, giving full directions for punctuation : especially designed for the use of southern schools,
A Preposition is a word which shows the relation between its objective case and some other word in the same sentence.
Preposition patrol, and getting rid of extra words that can usually go.
Preposition-ending sentences are something up with which I will not put.
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Preposition/prepositional phrase, dependent clause.
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The Verbs of their language no more possessing tenses, than their Nouns Case-Endings, for these People remain'd as careless of Sequences in Time as disengaged from Subjects, Objects, Possession, or indeed anything which might among Englishmen require a Preposition.
Preposition high energy biscuits or other convenient food (preferably types requiring little or no cooking) and distribute them at way stations;
Preposition sufficient quantities of water treatment chemicals at way-stations and/or water collection points;
For Anastrophe, by which a Preposition is put after its case, see §
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