at (by) the suggestion

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Mandarin, Taiwan

I read about this:

She returned to Germany and became a top fashion model. She later pursued acting and relocated to Paris at the suggestion of filmmaker.
If I replace at with by in this context, does it still sound good to your ear?

...relocated to Paris by the suggestion of filmmaker.
  • ewie

    Senior Member
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    Sorry, Ken, by wouldn't work there. You might possibly use following but I reckon that at is the best word to use here.
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