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    I know that it is correct to say 'yield to fatigue' but what about 'yield in front of fatigue'? I would appreciate your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I_rock_theworld View Post
    I know that it is correct to say 'yield to fatigue' but what about 'yield in front of fatigue'? I would appreciate your help.
    No, that's not correct.

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