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face-to-face with, in, at, for or to?

  • We were face-to-face with the highly endangered PAWI.
  • We came face-to-face in the hotel foyer.
  • A face-to-face at the Owl &; Monkey Sanctuary 5.
  • We had a detailed discussion face-to-face for more than one and a half hours.
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"fair to" or "fair in"?

  • Very much unfair to many of us.
  • That only seems fair in my eyes.
  • It's not fair for the teachers.
  • To be fair on the gamer points.
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faithful to, in, of, with or for?

  • Faithful to Christ's commandment.
  • No one was faithful in the 70's.
  • Faithful of Kundapur deanery gathered in big number.
  • We had a band of faithful with us.
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falling of, in, out, into or off?

  • Sutter 's, previous to the falling of the snow.
  • I have falling in love with this Muslim girl.
  • Well, we too had a falling out of sorts.
  • Ar-rayba means the fear of temptation or the falling into haram.
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"false in" or "false to"?

  • This is false in every respect.
  • Her story rings completely false to me.
  • Your comment is false for another reason.
  • All proved false by the attack.
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famed for, as, in or throughout?

  • Arugam Bay is famed for it's surfing.
  • London was rebuilt and famed as a port in 700 A.
  • Even as we learn, mentor is very famed in the present day.
  • The harsh and arid region is famed throughout the world for only one product -- soldiers.
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familiar with, to, from or in?

  • I am quite familiar with the process.
  • This situation is familiar To me.
  • The principle here is familiar from biology.
  • Sounds familiar in this crisis.
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famous for, in, of, by or as?

  • Famous for their mass migrations.
  • Q: Are you more famous in the U.
  • The rich and famous of the day.
  • They sang Nobody Knows, made famous by JLS.
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fanatical about, in, as, for or of?

  • Fanatical about the written word.
  • Saul was fanatical in his opposition to the gospel and tireless in his persecution of the church.
  • Sociologically speaking, Afghans are not fanatical as a people.
  • He must be fanatical for their welfare.
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"fantastic for" or "fantastic in"?

  • But it's been fantastic for me.
  • It was fantastic in early labour.
  • The set is fantastic with gaming.
  • Harry isn't fantastic at sharing.
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far from, in, to, for or with?

  • This seems to be far from correct.
  • I've never been further in Kenya.
  • Don't climb any farther to the left.
  • Look no further for the reason.
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fascinating to, about, in, for or as?

  • This is very fascinating to me.
  • What do you find fascinating about UMama? 14.
  • He was fascinating in many ways.
  • It has been fascinating for me.
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"fashionable in" or "fashionable for"?

  • Sectors become fashionable in turn.
  • Fashionable for any lady in any era.
  • It was also very fashionable at that time.
  • What if depression became fashionable among executives.
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fast on, for, in, with or at?

  • It is good to fast on this day.
  • A minigun is too fast for them.
  • You're really fast in replying.
  • We are asking people to fast with us.
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"fatal to" or "fatal for"?

  • This can be fatal to your dreams.
  • This can be fatal for a hard drive.
  • Nothing is more fatal in politics.
  • Sadly, a paracetamol overdose is fatal as the liver will never recover.
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"favorable to" or "favorable for"?

  • False testimony favorable to the defendants.
  • It's not favorable for injuries.
  • Former PM is indeed favorable in opinion polls.
  • But Fate was not at all favorable towards the bell.
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"favourable to" or "favourable for"?

  • It seems even to be favourable to generation.
  • But this is less favourable for me.
  • The cosmetic result was favourable in 83.
  • Public opinion became overwhelmingly favourable towards women.
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fearful of, about, for, in or as?

  • Our Indians are fearful of Pakistan.
  • People are fearful about losing their jobs.
  • We are very fearful for America.
  • Dealing with cancer can be fearful in itself.
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fearless in, of, about, to or with?

  • Fearless in the face of opposition.
  • Hungry owls seem almost fearless of people.
  • She was pretty fearless about it too.
  • But I am fearless to the point of stupidity sometimes.
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"feasible for" or "feasible in"?

  • I said it's not feasible for me.
  • This is feasible in small plots.
  • But this is not feasible with reciprocal links.
  • Pantaron is not feasible at this time though.
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"fine with" or "fine for"?

  • Fine with them but not with me.
  • I was then fine for four years.
  • A conviction and fine of $5,000.
  • Always boots fine in safe mode.
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"firm in" or "firm with"?

  • They are firm in their actions.
  • As our father was firm with us.
  • He is very firm on that matter.
  • You just need to be firm about that.
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fit for, with, in, into or to?

  • Fit for dinner with friends, no.
  • Good fit with corporate culture.
  • They are not fit in this party.
  • I could def not fit into it though.
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"fixed in", "fixed for" or "fixed on"?

  • You will thus get fixed in the Self.
  • The gaze Remains fixed on the sky.
  • We did barter to have it fixed for 900.
  • Our cats are all 3 fixed to date.
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flat on, with, for, in or at?

  • Tyler was now flat on the ground.
  • Got a flat with garden downstairs.
  • We are almost flat for the year.
  • USA is almost dead flat in USHCN.
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"flawed in", "flawed from" or "flawed by"?

  • Maybe actually flawed in itself.
  • Java floating point management is flawed by design.
  • Their analysis is flawed from the word go.
  • Data is flawed for 2 reasons: 1.
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"flexible in" or "flexible with"?

  • Be flexible in your expectations.
  • Be flexible with your schedule.
  • Be flexible about how they may return.
  • I tried to be flexible for his sake.
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flipping through, over, between, to or of?

  • Kept flipping through the book.
  • Ting said while flipping over my medical record.
  • I have to to keep flipping between them.
  • Would not think of flipping to BSNBC or CNN, or the other cables.
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flourishing of, in, as or under?

  • Let there be a flourishing of ideas and opportunities.
  • So glad he is a flourishing in the job.
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fluent in, with or at?

  • Fluent in French is an advantage.
  • A baby is absolutely fluent with emotions.
  • Young Sergei was fluent at French, German and English.
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foaming at, in, of, with or from?

  • He started foaming at the mouth.
  • But that we should be foaming in the mouth now just a few days to the end of the deadline.
  • The neck of the cezve must be left empty to accommodate the foaming of the coffee.
  • Foaming with impotent rage on the internet is always available, if that's your taste.
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focused on, in, about, around or as?

  • Korea is very focused on looks.
  • I am more focused in a numb sort of way.
  • We were trying to be very focused about it, but at the same time, we wanted to be really raw and dangerous.
  • It adopted social structures that were very focused around innovation and time to market.
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focussed on, in, for or with?

  • We are staying focussed on that goal.
  • Its focussed in all the wrong places.
  • Unusual to be so focussed for me.
  • In the mouth, the wine was very focussed with good persistence and flavours that lingered long after the last sip of wine had been swallowed.
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following in, on, to, about or from?

  • Put the following in a blender.
  • Look for the following on the shelves.
  • Commit the following to memory.
  • He says the following about Jesus.
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fond of

  • Not fond of the episodes though.
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foolish for, of, in, to or by?

  • I was very foolish for doing that.
  • It had been foolish of her to try.
  • It may be foolish in your opinion.
  • Everyone looks foolish to Boon.
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foreign to, in, as, for or about?

  • Mercy is foreign to the idealist.
  • English is not foreign in Ireland.
  • The experience was foreign as well as incredibly authentic.
  • Neither science or philosophy nor medicine are foreign for me.
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forgiving of, to, for, in or about?

  • I'd kind and forgiving of people.
  • Birth is natural, empowering and totally forgiving to your body and mind.
  • Knits are never forgiving for me.
  • I am very forgiving in literature.
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forthcoming in, from, with, about or on?

  • I'd more forthcoming in my book.
  • No comment was forthcoming from the U.
  • She is forthcoming with her process.
  • They were very forthcoming about why.
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"forthright in" or "forthright about"?

  • Sorry for being so forthright in my opinions.
  • I've actually quite forthright about it.
  • Yunus was open and forthright with his team.
  • Be honest and forthright on your way out the door.
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"fortunate in" or "fortunate for"?

  • I was very fortunate in that way.
  • And pretty fortunate for Clair.
  • I have been fortunate with my teachers.
  • Not the most fortunate of metaphors.
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foul of, to, by, for or in?

  • Don't fall foul of the SEC Michael R.
  • Both fall foul to their respective approaches.
  • The referee was clearly very one eyed in his interpretion of a foul, how on earth Granero remained on the pitch giving away also all 9 foul by QPR is beyond me.
  • And it was foul for a long time.
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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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"frank about" or "frank with"?

  • Storey is frank about his life.
  • I will be entirely frank with you.
  • Be Honest Be frank in your interactions with her.
  • Go Katie!!! Thanks Kate and frank for your lovely comments.
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fraught with or in?

  • A day fraught with new dangers.
  • The deal was fraught in so many ways.
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"free of" or "free from"?

  • Both events are free of charge.
  • We are then made free from sin.
  • And that makes it FREE for you.
  • And free to what? Free to obey.
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"freezing of", "freezing to" or "freezing in"?

  • The delay in the freezing of Mr.
  • Stops me freezing in the winter.
  • Children were freezing to death.
  • Freezing at 0 makes WAY more sense.
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frequent in, with, for, among or on?

  • Its frequent in semi rural areas.
  • The rest are just as frequent with it.
  • Atopic Eczema is the most frequent form of Eczema.
  • However, those shortcomings are frequent among people.
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"fresh from" or "fresh in"?

  • The milk was fresh from the cows.
  • She was cool and fresh in the hot night.
  • That's fresh out of school low.
  • The novel is fresh off the press.
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"friendly with" or "friendly to"?

  • The people are friendly with it.
  • The enemy is not friendly to you.
  • I arranged a friendly against the reserves.
  • People are very friendly in NZ.
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frightened of, by, out, for or about?

  • I'd frightened of the old ones.
  • I was very frightened by what I saw.
  • I am frightened out of my life about everything.
  • But I really feel frightened for those who are not.
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"frightening for" or "frightening to"?

  • It was very frightening for her.
  • That's what's frightening to me.
  • Deception can be frightening in its consequences.
  • His raw power is frightening at times.
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"fruitful in" or "fruitful for"?

  • His experiments have been fruitful in his favour.
  • It will be fruitful for World Peace.
  • This research has been fruitful of good results.
  • Hope you find the aforesaid tips fruitful to your business.
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frustrated with, at, by, about or in?

  • She got very frustrated with me.
  • I get very frustrated at times.
  • I am also very frustrated by our media.
  • You seem quite frustrated about it.
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"frustrating for", "frustrating at" or "frustrating to"?

  • It was frustrating for all of us.
  • This is frustrating to the accuser.
  • It can be frustrating at times.
  • And it's frustrating in the extreme.
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fucked up, in, with, by or for?

  • What a fucked up bunch of shit.
  • A reader told Fucked In Park Slope that they passed by around 7:15 a.
  • I think that 9/11 fucked with most everybody's head in a major way.
  • And then, one night, she gets fucked by a candy vendor.
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full of, on, for, in or to?

  • The air seemed full of mystery.
  • Full on air-instrument assault.
  • Chapel was full for every meeting.
  • She struck him full in the face.
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"full-time in" or "full-time for"?

  • He began writing full-time in 1992.
  • He has played full-time for only 2.
  • I was working full-time at HubSpot.
  • He works full-time on unlimited contract.
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"fun with" or "fun for"?

  • My favorite was Fun with Music.
  • It's fun for the entire family.
  • Have fun in the Philippines Mr.
  • And I bet you're fun at parties.
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"functional in" or "functional for"?

  • It is strictly functional in nature.
  • Minimal, but functional for CSS demos.
  • Highly functional with multiple uses.
  • Design your pool room so it's functional as well as beautiful.
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fundamental to, in, of, for or about?

  • Fundamental to Canada's honour.
  • This has been fundamental in my work.
  • This is a fundamental of a Fluid Society.
  • That is fundamental for everybody.
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"funny in", "funny about" or "funny to"?

  • You are too funny in this post.
  • And everything is funny to you.
  • I'd not being funny about that.
  • That's what made it funny for me.
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"furious at" or "furious with"?

  • I am furious at so many things.
  • She still felt furious with him.
  • I am absolutely furious about it.
  • She was furious over his impatience.
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fussy about, with, in, on or of?

  • He was a little fussy about it.
  • We know how children can be fussy with food.
  • This phone isn't fussy in terms of design.
  • Peoples is way too fussy on what's edible and what isn't.
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