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    'composed of' or 'composed by'

    Which one of the above is correct? Can both ways be used?

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    Re: 'composed of' or 'composed by'

    composed of, its inherent features; what it's made up of.
    composed by, how it was made, put together; who it was made by.
    Last edited by Soup; 19-Sep-2007 at 05:39. Reason: its and it's

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    Re: 'composed of' or 'composed by'

    Thanks, I should have been more specific in my question but nevertheless, you have answered it.

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