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    at the relative cost of vs on the relative cost of


    A: just a bit of gentle leg pulling. and not about jama'at but about the left


    B: I will now meditate
    on the relative costs of my loyalties and leg-pulling :)


    Shouldn't it be "
    at the relative cost of"?

    (It is taken from twitter! I will add tweets preceding these if further context is needed for this question)

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    Re: at the relative cost of vs on the relative cost of

    As an NES but not a teacher, I would use "meditate on".
    I would not consider using "meditate at".

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