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OVERVIEW OF PREPOSITION FROM
a —used as a function word to indicate a starting point of a physical movement or a starting point in measuring or reckoning or in a statement of limits
b —used as a function word to indicate the starting or focal point of an activity
—used as a function word to indicate physical separation or an act or condition of removal, abstention, exclusion, release, subtraction, or differentiation
—used as a function word to indicate the source, cause, agent, or basis
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From may refer to:
- From, a preposition (The plane flies from New York to London.)
- From (SQL), in computing
- From Software, a Japanese video game company
- Full range of motion, the travel in a range of motion
- A surname; see Fromm
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