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To say ‘in order to achieve this goal’, should I use ‘to this end’ or ‘toward this end’ or ‘towards this end’? Which of these would be correct, and which is used most often?

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"To this end" would be the correct usage. See here for a list of examples.

This ngram proves that "to this end" is the more common usage.

  • I could also find examples for the other two phrase. Does this mean that they are also correct? – mt1022 Feb 5 '17 at 8:00

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