|Subject:||A not particularly scientific examination of a question of grammar.|
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Suppose you have a pet, and you're taking your pet in to visit the veterinarian. Your pet is sick, and you look a little worried. One of the nurse / technicians says to you: "Don't worry. His health and well-being are priceless with us." Focus on the preposition "with". This usage sounds...