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    Proper sentence structure

    Is the following statement grammatically correct?

    In lieu of favors, a donation has been made to Earthjustice

    Yes,
    Earthjustice is spelled correctly!


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    Re: Proper sentence structure

    Do you mean:
    In lieu of flowers, a donation has been made to Earthjustice.

    Whether 'flowers' or 'favors' (American) - 'favours' (British), the grammar is correct.

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