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Eddie Kal
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Which of the following two is correct usage:

They managed to cross the border in spite of both the barbed wire and the border patrol agents.

They managed to cross the border in spite of both the barbed wire and the border patrol agents.

Or,

They managed to cross the border in spite both of the barbed wire and of the border patrol agents.

They managed to cross the border in spite both of the barbed wire and of the border patrol agents.

Which of the following two is correct usage:

They managed to cross the border in spite of both the barbed wire and the border patrol agents.

Or,

They managed to cross the border in spite both of the barbed wire and of the border patrol agents.

Which of the following two is correct usage:

They managed to cross the border in spite of both the barbed wire and the border patrol agents.

Or,

They managed to cross the border in spite both of the barbed wire and of the border patrol agents.

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"In spite both of"of both" vs. "in spite of both"both of"

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