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  1. I seem to recall that “Never end a sentence with a preposition” comes from FOWLERS DICTIONARY OF MODERN ENGLISH USAGE, and that Fowler had a number of bees in his bonnet, of which this was one.

  2. And I seem to recall that “Never end a sentence with a preposition” dates back to Latin sentence structure and does not apply to English at all.

    “This is the sort of bloody nonsense up with which I will not put.” – Winston Churchill

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