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    #1

    a means

    Which sentence do you think is best?

    In brief, the Committee put forward the view that sport constituted a suitable means to raise awareness of the EU.

    In brief, the Committee put forward the view that sport constituted a suitable means of raising awareness of the EU.

    In brief, the Committee put forward the view that sport constituted a suitable means through which to raise awareness of the EU.

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    Re: a means

    For me, the first or third are better if they awareness raising is to follow.

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