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    'Fame deprives of an ordiary life' or 'Fame prevents from leading an ordinary life'

    Is it correct: 'Fame deprives of an ordiary life' or it is better to say: 'Fame prevents from leading an ordinary life'?

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    Re: 'Fame deprives of an ordiary life' or 'Fame prevents from leading an ordinary lif

    Quote Originally Posted by barnej0096 View Post
    Is it correct: 'Fame deprives one (or "a person") of an ordinary life' or it is better to say: 'Fame prevents one (or "a person") from leading an ordinary life'?
    Either one works.

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