I was wondering what the proper preposition for supplier is: supplier of or supplier for?
Or can both be used? If yes, where is the difference?
And one last question: Is there a concise online site for prepositions or can someone recommend a good book?
Thank you and many thanks,
Supply, not supplier.
Ex: supply to (direction); Egypt halts gas supply to Israel
Ex: supply for (benefits people); U.N. food supply for southern Philippines halted
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