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    To or With

    Affliated to X University or Affiliated with X University. Which is correct?

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    Re: To or With

    according to the webster's ninth collegiate dictionary: affiliated with

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    Re: To or With

    Quote Originally Posted by eflnow View Post
    according to the webster's ninth collegiate dictionary: affiliated with
    Far be it from me to disagree with good ol' Noah, but the preference in BE may be different. I certainly say 'affiliated to' (and as a matter of personal practice - which I'm not recommending as any kind of prescriptive rule - I always use to after adjectives formed with a prefix derived from the Latin ad: 'affiliated to a university', 'addicted to cocaine' etc.)

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