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    #1

    contest a decision BY OF the referee

    Hi,
    should I say

    1) he is contesting a decision OF the referee
    2) he is contesting a decision By the referee

    ?
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    Re: contest a decision BY OF the referee

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    Hi,
    should I say

    1) he is contesting a decision OF the referee
    2) he is contesting a decision By the referee

    ?
    Thanks
    In this context, there is no difference. Both are correct.

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