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    Default Measurement of/for

    Should I say: 'measurement of success' or 'measurement for success'? Which one is better?

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    Default Re: Measurement of/for

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    Should I say: 'measurement of success' or 'measurement for success'? Which one is better?
    Context may well make a difference. Please give us some example sentences using your phrases and then we can comment.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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