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    #1

    from or of the bar

    Hi,
    if you have friends that you meet when you go to the bar, how can you define them? Should you say My friends FROM the bar or my friends OF the bar?
    Thanks Rip.

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    #2

    Re: from or of the bar

    NOT 'of the bar'. Friends 'from the bar' or 'at the bar' is fine.

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