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Different Than or Different From?

By Judy Vorfeld If you’re con­fused about “dif­fer­ent than” vs. “dif­fer­ent from,” here’s a quick way to rest your mind: Different from: This prod­uct is dif­fer­ent from the one I nor­mally use. Different than: I see the issue in a dif­fer­ent way than you do. (Although “from” is nor­mally pre­ferred, “than” is acceptable […]

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