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    provision, principle, rules

    What is the difference between (provision, principle, rules)?

    Could you help me on this?

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    Re: provision, principle, rules

    You may want to try comparing the dictionary definitions of these words.
    provision - Definitions from Dictionary.com
    principle - Definitions from Dictionary.com
    rules - Definitions from Dictionary.com
    They are actually quite different.
    Hope this helps.

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