part-time at, in, for, as or with?

  • Simon works part-time at Shebeen.
  • I now work part-time in a school district.
  • I worked retail part-time for 2.
  • I work part-time as a cam girl.

in-line with, for, inside, on or to?

  • Generally it is in-line with the torso.
  • It can even position you in-line for a job promotion.
  • Determine your focus on collection and then make certain all vital components of the body are in-line inside a parallel style for the collection.
  • I notice too that the vacuum and steam heating pipes appear to be in-line on the same side, bit unusual that.

reserved for, in, about, with or of?

  • I -- Reserved for UART communication.
  • Analysts were more reserved in their judgment.
  • It is believed that the PCC is very reserved about how they operate.
  • You are normally very reserved with handful of friends and most of the time live life lonely and always prepared to help others.

perpendicular to, with or at?

  • Lie on a bench but perpendicular to it.
  • Inhale as you lift your legs until they are perpendicular with the floor.
  • It takes you up an incline as steep as one in two, almost perpendicular at some points.

damn about, near, for, to or as?

  • But no one gives a damn about it.
  • This one is damn near Freudian.
  • Wow! They really don't a damn for it.
  • Just don't give a damn to anyone.

"uniform in" or "uniform across"?

  • Very uniform in shape and size.
  • Poverty level is not uniform across India.
  • The spread of the heat will not be uniform with time.
  • Such jurisdiction shall be uniform throughout the state.

round in, of, about, with or for?

  • They will complete the round in the morning.
  • Competition Best: Round of 16: 2012.
  • It was midday, or ' round about that.
  • A yurt is round with a point at the top.

novel by, in, about, to or for?

  • DeVincentis from the 2006 novel by Frank Portman.
  • The idea of an impact analysis is not novel in Bangladesh.
  • There's nothing novel about it.
  • Neither sensation was novel to her.

"appalled by" or "appalled at"?

  • I'd appalled as a veteran that the U.
  • Why are we not appalled at this.
  • In fact, I am appalled by them.
  • I am appalled with this service.