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In which cases we use the verb "to consist" with the proposition of ? And in which cases we use it with the roposition in ?
Can we say :
"The logic representation consists in expressing the different axioms in first order logic".
Thanks in advance.
The beauty of the artist’s style consists in its simplicity
consist of => contain, include, comprise
New York City consists of five boroughs
(From American Heritage Dictionary)
Anonymous:Thanks very much. It is clear now !!
Anonymous:Thanks! I had the same confusion!
Anonymous:Thanx! Now its clear for me also!
Anonymous:Gee, I had the exact same confusion, thanks again.
Anonymous:tnx, it was helpful
Anonymous:What about the usage of "consists on"? Is it correct for some situations?
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