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undaunted by, in, about, after or as?

  • However, Dayamani seems undaunted by all this.
  • Ryan seems undaunted in his monetary views.
  • Undaunted after being rejected by every publisher, each maxed out her personal credit card to self-publish the book and manufacture the elf doll.
  • Their resiliency to overcome these difficulties is a symbol of the steadfastness of the Filipinos who have always remained undaunted despite these adversities that their way.
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"foundational to" or "foundational for"?

  • And is foundational to our survival.
  • It is too foundational for us to win this election.
  • The first six chapters are more foundational in nature.
  • I do not treat this book as foundational because of personal experience.
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labour in, for, with, on or to?

  • No mention of Labour in the story.
  • Well done Labour for your awful PFI.
  • But not to Labour with a capital L.
  • I no longer trust Labour on the NHS.
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"irritating to" or "irritating for"?

  • It is irritating to the people.
  • It's irritating for mobile browsers.
  • It is irritating in the extreme.
  • It does get irritating at times.
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"comforting to" or "comforting for"?

  • I used calm, comforting tone too.
  • That is very comforting for us all.
  • There's something comforting about it.
  • It's therapeutic and comforting in all respect.
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literate in, about, by, to or on?

  • It was completely literate in English.
  • Jamaican people need to be more literate about life.
  • I send back my literate by sharper image, what a piece of junk and only holds a charge for a few hours.
  • These engaging young villagers are, to my ear, emotionally literate to an unbelievable degree.
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"stunning in", "stunning on" or "stunning with"?

  • You look stunning in everything.
  • Each garden is stunning with its own specific charm.
  • I think they'd look stunning on me.
  • This one just happens to be stunning at the same time.
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dependant on, upon or of?

  • But is very dependant on the work.
  • It's also dependant upon other features.
  • You are neither dependant of a software editor, nor of a reseller.
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ancillary to, of, with, by or in?

  • Writing code is ancillary to all this.
  • The Iraqi Jews operated to some extent as ancillary of the British in many countries around the world.
  • Air jordan shoes ancillary still preserved the Swoosh logo, this is the alone ancillary with a brace of NBA Shoes logo.
  • To adviser humans to saccept the appropriate approach of archbuzzs to buy, The two a lot of accepted monster exhausteds archbuzzs were atoneared ancillary by ancillary actuality.
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