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Difference between 'Principal' and 'Principle'

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We have the principal of a college or the principal men of the city.

Principle is a noun and means 'a settled rule of action' or 'a fundamental truth'

Sample Usage

1. The value of principal is the number of things it will explain.
2. She sent unruly pupils to see the principal

1. Expedients are for the hour,principles for the age.
2. The principle of gravity.

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