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    of or noun-noun

    Hi,

    Could you please help me?

    i wonder what the difference between the defence ministry and the ministry of defence grammatically is , and what the function of 'of' in the sentence is.

    Thanks.


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    Re: of or noun-noun

    any answer?

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