Prepositions after "incapable"

incapable of

In 99% of cases "incapable of" is used

incapable of physical activity.

These AC's are incapable of that.

Buffin stood incapable of motion.

At the same time, he says it is difficult; it is incapable of a precise definition.

Some individuals may claim that HAARP is incapable of producing large-scale events.

Such as these do not hunt with care and are incapable of suspending their judgment.

Well done Germany for taking him on and generally controlling spending which the rest of Europe are incapable of.

If fields really are based on a continuum then our current zf set theory is incapable of fully accounting for it.

Tell It Like It Is says: None of that means she is incapable of a mistake or a very bad and very badly timed call.

It is just as ignorant as suggesting that because a priest is a man of god, he is incapable of soliciting children.