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    i woud like to find out the blank in the following sentence should be 'of' or 'from'.. thank you so much for the thought.

    This document defines and describes the design decisions and strategies the software development team ____ company XYZ will employ to implement the ABC system.



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    I'd say it could be either. If they are coming out of the company, like consultants, then I'd probably use 'from'.

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    Default Re: OF or FROM

    Quote Originally Posted by kltakky
    Dear experts and teachers,

    i woud like to find out the blank in the following sentence should be 'of' or 'from'.. thank you so much for the thought.

    This document defines and describes the design decisions and strategies the software development team ____ company XYZ will employ to implement the ABC system.


    I would use "at" or "from" preferentially, but "of" would also be correct.

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