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    merit and work

    Hi. I wonder whether I can use the word "merit" in the following sentence: "Your whole scientific merit is directed to the fight against the denial of the Armenian Genocide." If not could you offer one instead?

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    Re: merit and work

    I would not use "scientific merit" there without a greater context.

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