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    Question in support of, in support to

    Which to use, of or to, after "in support." Please give examples. thanks.

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    Re: in support of, in support to

    Quote Originally Posted by dewdrop
    Which to use, of or to, after "in support." Please give examples. thanks.
    I would always use in support of - he voted in support of the new legislation. But I would use support to after a verb - he gave financial support to his children.

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