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    #1

    provide to,for and with

    "The restaurant provides good service to its customers."

    OR

    "The restaurant provides good service for its customers."

    OR

    "Customers are provided with good servise at the restaurant."

    Would these sentences be the same in meaning?

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    #2

    Re: provide to,for and with

    Yes, I guess.

    I would just say "This restaurant has good customer service".

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