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    Can the terms 'to be provided with something' and 'to provide something for oneself' mean the same thing or are they mutually exlusive and / or antonymous propositions?

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    Re: Provide

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    Can the terms 'to be provided with something' and 'to provide something for oneself' mean the same thing or are they mutually exlusive and / or antonymous propositions?
    If you acquire something by/for yourself, it would be odd to say that you were "provided with it".

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