prone to, in or on?

Prepositions after "prone"

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In 97% of cases prone to is used

They are very prone to persuasion.

Prone to the occasional Bates rant.

Prone to the sleep disorder narcolepsy.

I tried the Jotun stuff as well but I found it harder to work and prone to the bubbles.

Successful, generally, Prone to anxiety, depression, eating disorders, ocd, etc, often.

For someone who had a prior Staph infection, is he/she more prone to a repeat case? Dr.

Also, Stateside audiences -- see American Idol -- are not prone to the bear-pit atmosphere that is the Brit X Factor.

Conclusion: I suspect that he got it backwards (he is a business publisher and should be particularly prone to the n.

There are actually two different mistakes which advocates of the third arrow strategy are prone to make at this point.

Some people will be more prone to a certain set of practices or character traits that undermine integrity than others.

In 1% of cases prone in is used

They strove to rise to their feet, but fell prone in the attempt.

You have to consider if the area if it is prone in flood or landslide.

The article is deep, detailing the robust and the injury prone in great detail.

As you can see, the for loop is simpler, more expressive and less error prone in Python.

United are on the attack, and refuse to put the ball out while Clark is prone in the area.

From 2001 through 2007 Turgeon spent his seasons miscast and injury prone in Dallas then Colorado.

If you use subversion properly, you'll find that most of what you do is faster, less painful, and less error prone in git.

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As long as he doesn't allow himself to be bottled up and mistake prone in 2nd halves, the Panthers have a shot at the wild card.

Whether prone in the grass or playing your cards close to your chest, it is the means of persistence in this base and primal hunt.

In 1% of cases prone on is used

Posture: Lie prone on the floor.

Had to lie prone on the bed to get the zip fastened.

Dehydrated skin tends to be more prone on pimple breakouts.

Even if they're error prone on occassion, they often figure that part of their game out.

The moment that left the Swans in unimaginable ecstasy, and the Hawks prone on the turf.

The pedestrian was laying prone on the ground bleeding profusely from her nose and mouth.

In the first, he stands in a forest clearing looking directly out at us; in the second, he lies prone on the forest floor.

A bloodied hand came into view, then an arm, then a gigantic pair of white wings covering a body lying prone on the ground.

He's also the first to have a meltdown if he doesn't get his way, and is found prone on the floor at least three times a day.

Bruce McEwen: Well, but at the same time women are more prone on the average than men to anxiety and depressive disorders but.