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    Hang From, Off, On

    Suppose a stone is tied to rope on one end, and the other end of the rope is tied to a tree branch.

    "A stone hangs from/off/on a branch."

    Do all three 'from', 'off', and 'on' mean the same thing?

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    Re: Hang From, Off, On

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