Re: finally! a non-economics question!
Yes, it's "with." Although, personally, I don't
associate with access buttons, they're not very
------- Original Message -------
On Thu, 11 Mar 2004 12:16:08 -0500 Wright, Lynne wrote:
I'm editing a manual by a writer who keeps using "associate to"... i've seen
it so many times, I can't tell any more whether its acceptable usage not...
as in the following statement:
"Use this section to associate telephone lines to access buttons."
it always "associate... with"?
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