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    #1

    Can we say this?

    I love A and B, the contradiction between/of which is acceptable for me.

    I am just not sure if we can use which to replace two things (A and B)?
    Besides, do we say between which or of which?

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: Can we say this?

    Ex: ... of which is acceptable ... .
    Ex: The contradiction is acceptable ... .

    __________
    What's the contradiction?

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    Re: Can we say this?

    I love A and B, the contradiction between/of which is acceptable for me.
    "the contradiction between/of which is acceptable for me" is an attributive clause of A and B, which represents A and B.

    I am just not sure about which word to use.
    Of course, it could be that this whole sentence is wrong, so what is another way to put its meaning?

    Thanks.

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