susceptible to, of or for?

Prepositions after "susceptible"

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In 93% of cases susceptible to is used

Susceptible to chlorotic streaks.

It was susceptible to the Halo Effect.

It is susceptible to Phytophthora spp.

Infants and children are much more susceptible to the effects of toxic chemicals.

Her death has increased fears that the young may be more susceptible to the virus.

He can be, I fear, susceptible to the persuasions of his friends, eager for action.

This renders them very susceptible to the recruiting practices of the organisers of the people-smuggling trade.

Once Facebook goes public, users are especially susceptible to the selling and publishing of their information.

The researchers found that the individuals who rated higher on the scale were more susceptible to the illusion.

C'm on Americans! No wonder we were so susceptible to the British Invasion! 24) Herman's Hermits -- Introducing.

In 5% of cases susceptible of is used

They are susceptible of ratification.

It was fairly well-appearing and susceptible of improvement.

And even this correction is susceptible of a new correction.

Further, what is susceptible of a more perfect form should itself be more perfect.

They are found susceptible of order, method, and constancy, to a surprizing degree.

But even when a connotation is susceptible of change, these changes are not arbitrary.

For example, don't use your name or date of birth, as this leaves you extremely susceptible of being hacked into.

Man is a very variable being, Mil 256 and susceptible of many different opinions, principles, and rules of conduct.

All postulates are susceptible of indirect verification, but some postulates permit direct verification and some do not.

In 1% of cases susceptible for is used

Boys are susceptible for eight days and girls for twenty.

Thirdly, there must be a person susceptible for infection.

Thyroid The part of the human body which is very susceptible for radioactive iodine is the thyroid.

As a person's age reaches 50 years old and above, the colon becomes very susceptible for contracting malignancy.

There is no doubt that the laws relating to sedition need to be revisited to make them less susceptible for misuse.

Vishwanathan, diabetes can cause immuno-suppression and diabetics living in epidemic areas are more susceptible for TB.

For instance, after your prayer, you should move to a place which will not be susceptible for someone to walk in front of you.

On the other hand, they'd be less susceptible for the GST rises, because their extra disposable income can be invested in a GST-free manner.

This psychological conditioning renders the people susceptible for exploitation by the priests, pastors, imams and general and local overseers.

When an individual consumes an overly acidic diet, they throw off their body's healthy pH balance, which makes them susceptible for illness and disease.