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    • Join Date: Jan 2006
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    #1

    by-from or with-through

    The project financing is backed........ loan guarantees........export credit agencies from Germany, Belgium and Holland
    A) by-from
    B) with-through
    C) off-into
    D) from-by
    E) through-via
    We have been discussing this question one of the other English Forums website. Could you please share your ideas with me?
    Last edited by lhn; 11-Mar-2006 at 15:04.


    • Join Date: Jan 2006
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    #2

    by-from or with-through

    Because no one answered this question, I think this is a very hard one...
    Last edited by lhn; 11-Mar-2006 at 15:05.

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    Re: by-from or with-through

    My choice is B).

    EX: Back the project with loan guanantees [made] through export credit agencies.

    be backed with, referring to "something" as evidence in support of.
    be backed by, be supported by "a company or person".

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