Is there a difference between "headquarters of" and "headquarters for"?
- It is the headquarters of many branches.
- It is the headquarters for many branches.
- It is the headquarters of the party.
- It is the headquarters for the party.
Intuitively, "for many branches" seems correct and "of the party" seems correct. I can explain the conceptual difference between branches and party, but I can't connect my intuition to any rules. Any thoughts on this? Thanks.