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    Since from......., there has been ...

    Can we use since in combination with from like this. Is it a correct usage?
    "Since from the previous quarter, thew has been increase in demend for health care service."

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    Re: Since from......., there has been ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can we use since in combination with from like this. Is it a correct usage?
    "Since from the previous quarter, thew has been increase in demend for health care service."
    No, better to use only since.

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