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    hratsin is offline Banned
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    Post In Service With

    In a article:

    (( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_U.S._military_vessels_named_after_women ))
    "The sidewheel steamer Harriet Lane was launched in 1857. She was the first armed ship in service with the U.S. Navy to be named for a woman."

    Could "in service with" be wrong, because I cannot find the right definition of "with" from my dictionary (( learnersdictionary.com/search/with )) that would fit the example. Should it be changed to "in service at" instead?

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    Chicken Sandwich is offline Senior Member
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    Re: In Service With

    Clone of banned user.

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