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.

"large in" or "large of"?

  • Cities small and large in the U.
  • BTW, just how large of a middle.
  • The batch is too large for that.
  • Large on the canvas can be brown.

"late in" or "late for"?

  • I see the latest as a continuance of it.
  • When I need a taxi late at night.
  • Sorry, that I am late by a day.
  • Too late for a rerun I suppose.

lawful for, to, in, unto or under?

  • It is not lawful for me to fight.
  • Spoils have been made lawful to me.
  • This is lawful in the first degree.
  • The spoils of war were made lawful unto me.

"lax in", "lax on" or "lax about"?

  • Laws were lax in the early days.
  • Generally they're pretty lax about it.
  • I am going to the LAX on Sat 9.
  • Customs are fairly lax with foreigners.

lazy in, about, with, to or for?

  • Do not be lazy in your business 9.
  • We've been lazy about blogging.
  • It's like getting lazy with hygiene.
  • SOS felt completely lazy to me.

"leading to" or "leading of"?

  • Where is this leading to? Data leak.
  • Obedience to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
  • I know its leading up to something.
  • This leading from behind is a bad idea.

leery of, about or over?

  • So, they're leery of hiring you.
  • First let me say I was so leery about going.
  • I'd optimistic on distance learning, but leery over the loss of personal interaction - the late night sessions where opinions were tested, honed, and strengthened.

left in, for, over, with or to?

  • There's no one left in Wilmette.
  • So i banned Left for failrping.
  • Keep going left over the spikes.
  • So, what jobs are we left with.

leftover from, of, for, in or after?

  • A leftover from the Gilded Age.
  • He was the leftover of despot tribal chiefs who ruled by the sword.
  • There's a lot more juice leftover for slathering over steamed rice.
  • You'll probably have a little bit leftover in the bowl.

"legal in" or "legal for"?

  • Currently, it is legal in the UK.
  • It is legal for them to do this.
  • All completely legal under CISPA.
  • Here in Britain it remains legal at the moment.

"legitimate for" or "legitimate in"?

  • For this purpose, it is quite legitimate for Mrs.
  • And we are legitimate in these goals.
  • The lawsuits have gone from legitimate to.
  • Some words are considered legitimate by both conservatives and liberals.

lesser of, in, for, on or to?

  • We must choose the lesser of two.
  • So the difference is lesser in h.
  • TAM will be the lesser for not having you there.
  • But lesser on M101//ROB and PF//RO.

level with, in, of, on or at?

  • Norwich are level with Southampton.
  • And they were level in the 48th minute.
  • Base on? he level of professionalism.
  • All level on 93 after 100 shots.

"liable for" or "liable to"?

  • A is not liable for subsequent misconduct of B.
  • You will be liable to the NPPR tax.
  • ICAL is not liable in any way,.
  • C is no longer liable on his guarantee.

liberal in, with, on, for or to?

  • Jesus was a liberal in his day.
  • Quite liberal with the Greek mythology.
  • Maybe a liberal on some issues.
  • West is way too liberal for that.

"light on" or "light in"?

  • Your a bit light on compassion.
  • I delight in spending time with.
  • There was light at the end of it.
  • It was too light for what I did.

"like for", "like with" or "like in"?

  • That's what it felt like for me.
  • I know what this like in a way.
  • It's like with drinking coffee.
  • I would like to concur with you.

"likely to" or "likely in"?

  • It isn't likely to stop though.
  • But that's not likely in the cards.
  • The reason is likely due to security.
  • And not likely for much longer.

"limited in" or "limited to"?

  • Venture Nigeria Limited in 1984.
  • The trend isn't limited to America.
  • Their horizons are too limited for that.
  • Bomi Holdings Limited of Uganda with15% ownership of KURH.

"lingering in" or "lingering on"?

  • My love is lingering in the corridor.
  • I'd lingering on each phrase, each idea.
  • No one is really lingering over their coffee.
  • The dispute has been lingering for over two years.

"linked to" or "linked in"?

  • Some linked to cancer and neurotoxicity.
  • Same with Linked In and Facebook.
  • Frimpong linked with a loan to Charlton.
  • Please take the time to read the web site that luckypenny linked for you.

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.

"little to", "little of" or "little in"?

  • I m a little to the plump side.
  • The thought made me a little indignant.
  • Again, you know little of Texas.
  • There is little for them to fear.

"live in" or "live on"?

  • Only pigeons live in there now.
  • Price v Harrison is live on Box.
  • I mean i can live with it, yes.
  • Recorded live at DragonCon 2010.

living in, with, on, at or up?

  • More living in denial it seems.
  • And finally, we have Living with a Superstar.
  • We're a family of 3 living on one income.
  • I spent much of 2009 living at Hostel Hoff.

loaded with, for, in, on or onto?

  • And yes a Kindle loaded with books.
  • They (especially Merulla) came loaded for bear.
  • If you?? ve never seen the EndNote tools loaded in Word, please see this FAQ.
  • There were many big metal boxes ready to loaded on the ship.

local to, in, as, for or with?

  • The songs on the CD are local to the area.
  • The largest teachers ' union local in the U.
  • All politics are local as the saying goes.
  • It was very local for many HK investors.

locked in, into, down, out or up?

  • Apple has the most locked in ecosystem/users.
  • So they are ' locked into the environment '.
  • A possible reason is the locked down chassis spec that MS mandates.
  • Reimer skating with locked out Canucks? Big deal.

"logical for", "logical in" or "logical to"?

  • Ignorance is too logical for that.
  • It doesn't sound logical to me.
  • That is simply logical in my view.
  • Just try and be logical about it.

"lonely at" or "lonely in"?

  • I do not feel lonely at school.
  • God sets the lonely in families.
  • They were lonely for their war.
  • I don't find myself lonely on purpose.

"long before" or "long for"?

  • It wasn't too long before the U.
  • The storyline is too long for you.
  • It's not long in coming at all.
  • It was there long after the war.

loose in, with, on, from or for?

  • The blade came loose in the bone.
  • Because you're loose with money.
  • I can set them loose on you too.
  • Wires would also work loose from Mr.

lost in, of, on, at or for?

  • It does get lost in the detail a bit.
  • Second time is a lost of point.
  • Difficult to get lost on a grid.
  • I'll still get lost at Dhoby Ghaut.

"lovely in", "lovely with" or "lovely for"?

  • You are so lovely in every way.
  • The terrace is lovely for groups too.
  • Would be lovely with mushrooms.
  • She sounded lovely on the phone.

"low in", "low for" or "low on"?

  • This is a new low in the debate.
  • Tip ripped shawty low on this!!
  • I wanted to lie low for a week.
  • Markets tested a low of $ 8214.

loyal to, for, in or of?

  • Intensely loyal to the Bombers.
  • I've been loyal for over 11 years.
  • Of course, Vai was fiercely loyal in taking care of me.
  • I've been as loyal of a Madden fan as any.

ltd in, for, on, of or as?

  • Hoffman-La Roche Ltd in 1998 -- 1999.
  • Go to Inova Ltd for more information.
  • Arthur Pearson Ltd on 1 May 1908.
  • B &K; Holdings (Pvt) Ltd of No.

"lucky for", "lucky with" or "lucky in"?

  • Joey: Well, lucky for you, Jen.
  • We were lucky in this election.
  • We were lucky with this result.
  • Hope I'll be lucky on that day.

lucrative for, in, to, of or with?

  • ON is definitely not lucrative for jobs.
  • The genre is by far the most lucrative in books.
  • I still believe he is only doing this to make them lucrative to privatization.
  • It was the most lucrative of his businesses.

lyrical about, on, in, for or at?

  • So yes, let's wax-lyrical about that.
  • I can wax lyrical on history and politics.
  • Hensher is almost lyrical in his first person narrative.
  • I then waxed lyrical for about ten minutes as to why I love working from home.