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    Default usage of "of" "in"

    Please let me the usage of, "of" "in".
    professor of history
    professor in history
    which of the above usage is correct

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    Default Re: usage of "of" "in"

    Professor of History

    of in this case is used as a function word to indicate the object of an action denoted or implied by the preceding noun <Professor of History>

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