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preposition of time in English[edit]

Is it also a preposition of time? If yes, it doesn't seem to be included here. For example: From 1918 to 1920 - is that an incorrect version of since 1918 until 1920 or is it correct way of referring to time? Or I've been sick from the time I went skiing - can from be so used referring to the period between going skiing until now or - is it closer to the meaning because of the event of skiing? 08:12, 5 May 2008 (UTC)