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    A question about the use of preposition "in":

    "There have been no reports of Russian troops meeting any resistance in either landing or moving through Crimea. "

    Would dropping "in" be okay, leading to "...meeting any resistance either landing or moving ...."


    Context source: thesiasat.com/2014/03/02/ukraine-announces-reserve-call-ups-as-russian-troops-enter-crimea-fox-information/

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