different from

different from
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  • different from —  , to, than.  Among the more tenacious beliefs among many writers and editors is that different may be followed only by from. In fact, the belief has no real basis. Different from is, to be sure, the usual form in most sentences and the only… …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • different from — See different from, different than, different to …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

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  • different from / different than —    Different from is the standard usage when comparing two things: Suzie s sweater is different from Mary s. Don t say, Different than something else …   Confused words

  • different from / different than —    Different from is the standard usage when comparing two things: Suzie s sweater is different from Mary s. Don t say, Different than something else …   Confused words

  • different from, different than, different to — The first two of these expressions are widely used, but different from is preferred by careful, educated writers and speakers: This specimen is different from (not than) that. Unfortunately, but correctly, different from often leads to extra… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • different from, to, than —    Among the more tenacious beliefs among many writers and editors is that different may be followed only by from. At least since 1906, when the Fowler brothers raised the issue in The Kings English, authorities have pointed out that there is no… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • different — 1. Fowler wrote in 1926 that insistence ‘that different can only be followed by from and not by to is a superstition’. It is in fact a 20c superstition that refuses to go away, despite copious evidence for the use of to and than dating back to… …   Modern English usage

  • From the beginnings to Avicenna — Jean Jolivet INTRODUCTION Arabic philosophy began at the turn of the second and third centuries of the Hegira, roughly the ninth and tenth centuries AD. The place and the time are important. It was in 133/750 that the ‘Abbāssid dynasty came to… …   History of philosophy

  • from — [ weak frəm, strong fram ] preposition *** 1. ) given, sent, or provided by someone used for stating who gives or sends you something or provides you with something: You ll have to borrow the money from someone else. She wanted an apology from… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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