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    Question abiding to/by

    Is this usage correct??

    "A child and the parent should be comfortable abiding to the school pattern/rules."

    I thought the correct usage was "abiding by".

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: abiding to/by

    Quote Originally Posted by Julierose View Post
    Is this usage correct??

    "A child and the parent should be comfortable abiding to the school pattern/rules."

    I thought the correct usage was "abiding by".

    Thanks.
    You are right "abiding to" is wrong.

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