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jam-packed with, into, for, from or in?

  • Jam-packed with expert advice on.
  • Also, the electricity jam-packed into the tune is really entertaining.
  • The actual motion picture is actually activity jam-packed from the beginning together with orgasms all the way through this dvd.
  • If you eat the tinned variety search for those jam-packed in spring water.
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jealous of, about, for, by or in?

  • Katie will be jealous of the baby.
  • Others may feel jealous about it.
  • Is the Almighty jealous for us? Yes.
  • You can also make your girl jealous by making new aquaintences.
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"joint in" or "joint with"?

  • Every joint in my body started aching.
  • Wrap the joint with an elastic bandage.
  • Rafael's -- a little Mexican joint on Pico.
  • Most people consider a joint at a party to be fine.
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"junior in" or "junior at"?

  • Eric Haun is a junior in finance.
  • Trayvon, who was a junior at Dr.
  • I was junior to them by a few years.
  • Wilson, a junior from Tulare, Calif.
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just for, outside, in, like or of?

  • But if its just for popularity.
  • She's waiting to see her just outside the door.
  • That is juster in Allah's sight.
  • But for some reason I just liked Cyrus more.
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"justifiable in" or "justifiable for"?

  • That is not justifiable in my view.
  • Or it is justifiable for the people who are below poverty line.
  • Private atheism is justifiable on grounds of truth.
  • The excuse is good though and justifiable to many.
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