The difference between principal and principle
Principal means leader, first in rank and original investment of money.
The principal of the school gave the speech.
Think of ‘your principal as your pal’.
A principle is a value or a fundamental truth or law of nature.
One of the basic principles of democracy is freedom of speech.
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