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Seizan
 
Reply Thu 9 May, 2024 09:05 pm
Which is better:

He planned all along to remain out-of-country until the statute of limitations for his mandatory military service expired.

or

He planned all along to remain out-of-country until the statute of limitations on his mandatory military service expired.
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roger
 
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Reply Fri 10 May, 2024 02:38 am
@Seizan,
Sorry. I can't see one being even a little better than the other.
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cherrie
 
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Reply Fri 10 May, 2024 03:14 am
@Seizan,

If I had to choose one of them I would go with 'on'.
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izzythepush
 
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Reply Fri 10 May, 2024 04:46 am
@Seizan,
You could change on or for with regarding, although I don't think it will make a great deal of difference.
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