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    more context -Ronbee

    hello
    Firstly, thank you for replying my thread.

    In a science report;
    Introduction:
    One of the objectives includes:

    Study of the industrial synthesis of fruit juice
    or
    Industrial synthesis study of fruit juice

    I hope this will suffice for you to comment.
    Thanks.

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    Re: more context -Ronbee

    "Study of the industrial synthesis of fruit juice" and " Industrial synthesis study of fruit juice" mean entirely different things. In any case, I don't like the idea of my fruit juice being industrially synthesized.

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