Prepositions after Verbs

Click a verb to see what prepositions are usually used after it in English


"address to", "address in" or "address by"?

  • Write a demand letter addressed to Mr.
  • They are addressed by the word: Kafirun.
  • This theme is also addressed in Peter J.
  • That's my sole concern in this and it will be addressed at 20:00.
  • First off I had some books deleivered to my work address on a saturday.
  • This situation must be addressed with urgency.
  • But it's always addressed as a single concept, which it isn't.
  • I use this same address for a variety of deliveries.
  • Other social issues, must be addressed through separate campaigns.
  • Users with email addresses from yahoo.
  • That support needs to be addressed before such things as raising the salary cap.
  • Q: Please specify the tasks that will need to be addressed during the contest.

"appall by" or "appall at"?

  • I have been truly appalled by the things that have started to come out about this campaign.
  • I was appalled at what was happening.
  • One can feel morally appalled about such a decision, but the world community should not have the right to force or use sanctions against those nations until they change their ways.

accredit by, to, with, in or as?

  • These private lender must be accredited by their own declaration.
  • The Embassy of Ireland in South Africa is accredited to DR Congo.
  • We are company accredited with ISO 9001, a standard we are proud to be associated with to serve our customer better with excellence and professionalism.
  • And education which is actually accredited in the current system is more and more expensive every year.
  • When Pope Paul VI visited India, Pat was accredited as an official photographer of the visit.
  • Online California Traffic School which has been accredited for your area.
  • Any premises that applied were accredited under the programme and received their certificate dependent on their range and quality of whisky.

"assassinate in" or "assassinate by"?

  • He was however assassinated in 1963.
  • He is more likely to be assassinated by his close circle.
  • A sitting Prime Minister was assassinated for the first time in Indian history.
  • Lincoln assassinated on April 14, 1865.
  • Also Jean-Leonard Rugambage a watchdog Reporter without Borders was assassinated after alleging reports of the involvement of President Kagame in the failed assassination attempt of Lt.
  • Not many people realize that despite his impact and legacy, General Murtala Mohammed was assassinated at the age of 38.
  • Robert Kennedy was assassinated within seconds after moving decisively toward the presidency by winning the California Democratic primary.

"abduct by", "abduct in" or "abduct from"?

  • Shahzad is believed to have been abducted by intelligence agents from the well-heeled F-6/2 area of Islamabad around 5:45 p.
  • Today in a media conference they revealed that they were abducted from a white van and that both have now been released.
  • The Chiong sisters were abducted in July 16, 1997 outside Ayala Center.
  • Prageeth was abducted on 24 January 2010 and has not been heard from since.
  • Jamieson was abducted off Karangahape Rd in 2001, her dead body dumped in West Auckland.

audition for, with, before, on or at?

  • Dancers audition for the company.
  • And actor Andrew Garfield won't even have to audition before production begins on the next Trotsky movie.
  • But Byeong Gun insists on trying -- he will audition on the final night of auditions.
  • They found that when women started auditioning behind a screen, their probability of advancing increased.
  • All applicants will be receiving the results of their auditions over the course of the next week, starting with those who were auditioned in January.

agitate for, by, against, on or in?

  • I will not cease to agitate for change and progression.
  • The middle class is not longer agitated by secularism.
  • Asian Tribune: Was that the reason for the crowd to get agitated against the Magistrate? Senior Attorney at Law Mr.
  • Sometimes Detwiler seems unnecessarily agitated on the mound.
  • As we have already indicated, the matter was agitated in the civil Courts.
  • Transfer the sprouts to a big (3 to 4 times the volume of your sprouter) pot or bowl, fill with cool water, loosen the sprout mass and agitate with your hand.
  • Even if you don't think you would be talking about it all the time, just have a little empathy, eh? No need to get so agitated over it.
  • It makes the customer even more agitated as the customer isn't stupid.
  • Ditto with the TDP MLAs who agitated at Gun Park near the Assembly.
  • Tuesday, 31 May 2011 Higher taxes on SMS CELLPHONE users are agitated because of unsolicited SMSs by service providers and others who want to promote their product/services.

"allot to" or "allot for"?

  • The subsidy allotted to Nova Scotia was approximately $1,468,000.
  • More land will be allotted for establishing clusters of garment factories.
  • She said Telecom would be checking the notices were valid and then processing them within the seven day time period allotted by the Act.
  • So we said good bye to allot of our Back-up QB's to replace Favre (some Heisman's ), that the bears would have loved to have.
  • Congressmen are allotted about P70 million each, annually to fund the House of Representatives in a luncheon meeting in Malacaang on Monday.
  • The following are the number of pages you are allotted per semester.

"animate by" or "animate in"?

  • Sam: Cars are animated by physics, not by artists.
  • Hobos and sexy veronica lake, animated in glorious fully hand drawn black and white.
  • Finally the foetus is animated with a human soul.
  • There's something so perfectly rounded and nicely animated about avatars.
  • Allow animated gif images to animate after being hidden S60 3.
  • These Flashy TV toons are animated like cut-outs, not as masses.
  • Descriptive text and graphics can animate onto the map and relevant roadways can change color so they stand out.

"annex to" or "annex by"?

  • In 1668, Triplicane was annexed to the Madras City.
  • It was annexed by Pakistan against the wishes of Baluchis.
  • The kingdom is annexed into the Gold Coast Colony, region to the north becomes a British protectorate.

"acquiesce to" or "acquiesce in"?

  • In other words, they acquiesce to what was stated.
  • Economically, the president extended the Bush-Paulson bailouts and acquiesced in renewal of the Bush tax cuts, despite repeated vows to the contrary.
  • I acquiesce on the idea that badly chosen chords can really bugger a tune.
  • Other criteria have to be satisfied, such as that the usage must be open, continuous, adverse or in the concept of an owner, peaceful and acquiesced by other states.
  • The problem for the Maori Council is that they are a creature of Statute (The Maori Welfare Act 1962) and, consequently, relies on the acquiesce of the government of the day.

alarm by, for, at, to or about?

  • There is no reason to be alarmed by mere empty threats.
  • I am alarmed for the future of the world if there are so many people walking around who liked this film.
  • While some fans are a bit alarmed at the number of shots Chelsea allowed on Sunday, They really shouldn't be.
  • I found this hill alarming to a point given that I must have passed multiple bike riders pushing bikes uphill on what really was the first challenge of the day.
  • On what moral grounds, does the West preach the rest of the world and alarm about the potential dangers of pollution, global warming.
  • The four, along with China and Taiwan, have been contesting ownership of potentially oil- and gas-rich territories for years and recent spats have raised new tensions and alarm in the region.

amuse by, for, to, after or in?

  • I was amused by messages between son and daughter.
  • In Ireland, however, right across the country there are entertainment centres to keep the kids amused for hours, such as Funtasia in Bettystown, Co.
  • The bachelorette needs to be amused to the hilt in a party along with offering her feeling of remaining spoiled anybody can carry her to some club.
  • Before dinner they are amused after the manner of their country.

archive for, at, in, by or on?

  • Our tracking data on campaign coverage is archived at http: **35;428;TOOLONG.
  • The Internet also differs from libraries and data archive in that information is not stored centrally, but distributed across inter-operating computer networks.
  • Their story is one of those now being digitally archived by the government of the Netherlands and Yad Vashem, in cooperation.
  • Archiving on any other web site or newspaper is unauthorized except with a Written Approval by USAfricaonline.
  • By automatically extracting these time stamps we can piece together a view of Blogspace evolving continuously from the beginning of blog archiving to the present.
  • IMG Media also maintains the world's largest sports archive with more than 250,000 hours of footage.
  • With the aim of drastically reducing the workload of email servers, MailStore Server can delete emails once they have been archived according to a rule-based process (e.

accentuate by, with, in or under?

  • The problem was accentuated by differences of language.
  • Choose those in solid colors which you can accentuate with a thin to medium-size belt.

append to, at, with, as or by?

  • I do have a few further points to append to this one point.
  • ArrayList: Append at the End Many of you already know why it behaves that badly.
  • The book is appended with a sneak peek chapter from the next book in the series.

aggravate by, in, to, as or with?

  • The pain seemed to be aggravated by walking, and was always worse by afternoon/evening.
  • Caffeinated drinks are specifically aggravating to your acne problems.
  • This is aggravated as the regime runs amok with vast and wasteful white-elephant show case grandiosities.
  • Together let us ask God's help for the peoples of the Horn of Africa, who suffer from hunger and food shortages, aggravated at times by a persistent state of insecurity.
  • And her health issues aggravates during this month.

"afflict with" or "afflict by"?

  • It was a wonderful moment, but I was still afflicted with sin.
  • Spring is cooler but is often afflicted by fog and heavy thunderstorms.
  • Those who have Virgo afflicted in their birth chart are short-tempered, irritable and discontented.
  • Have you or have you not received grace? Saint Teresa of Avila, afflicted despite everything with arid prayer, has visions; we say to ourselves,? She is mad, it is hysteria.

ache for, from, with, by or following?

  • You're aching for your adversary.
  • This garment is designed to provide special support to those who are on their feet a lot, experience annoying back aches from being behind the wheel of a vehicle, or do a lot of bending and stooping.
  • After what felt like an eternity the pain released him, and he lay helplessly on the concrete, his mind reeling and his body aching with the phantom aftereffects of the Cruciatus Curse.
  • My heart quite literally ached by the abandonment that was going to happen.
  • A number of people produce head aches following exercising.
  • But aching in the body and the chest.
  • He knew how to roll, knead, pound, and stretch the knots and aches into oblivion.
  • I did what I had to do, who really wants to go all there life living like that and some people don't no why they head is aching like that but I'd here to tell you.
  • Although his employer supported the government, Naser's heart ached over the casualties inflicted on civilians by both sides.
  • My heart aches to the breaking point.
  • My body aches without resolve, as it has been hours before the light of consciousness befell upon my eyes.

"alight from" or "alight at"?

  • But at that time, the person inside the van did not alight from the vehicle.
  • To alight at the desired bus stations in East Coast.
  • Here's the summary of how the iPhone 5, like every other iPhone before it, will set the world alight with crazy pre-order numbers and customers camping in to be the first owners of the smartphone.
  • A crow alights on the fence above me.
  • For Myself, Individually, I commit my life to Him that made me and may His blessing alight upon my endeavours for serving my Country faithfully.
  • Plantations and Fynbos burning after set alight by striking workers 3.

"amaze at" or "amaze by"?

  • You will be amazed at the results.
  • Guests are poised to be amazed by the.
  • You never cease to amaze with what you manage to find.
  • So for those who amazed from a good looking person, beware and catch an eye from their actions, appearance doesn't last long.
  • We each sip a beer amazed in truth that we managed to pull off the whole Donetsk trip without accommodation or transport.
  • Certain experience embraced doing it despite the fact visitors tend to be amazed plus puzzled by means of it has the success.

"assimilate into" or "assimilate to"?

  • Jie Han people assimilated into the last major.
  • Abu Bakr did not assimilate to this thought.
  • Did you assimilate with aboriginal people's culture.
  • This tends to lower pH as ammonium ions are assimilated by duckweed.
  • The government of Nigeria should do something about it because children can never read and assimilate in a noisy environment.
  • So while most of what NSK assimilate from the outside world is politically charged, the fact that they engage it all on an even plane negates its political clout, sterilising it for NSK production.

"accord to" or "accord with"?

  • I'll accept any try only according to the rule book.
  • In just the same way, our acts must accord with the nuclear age.
  • Cork, Ireland first and then Rochefort en Accords in France.
  • I recall the warm welcome accorded by the people of Ceylon to the Egyptian Leader Orabi Pasha in 1883.
  • The bucks you are able to take advantage out of this financial loan can be varies of £100; to £1500; according for you.
  • Web space and services will automatically be billed one (1) month in advance according on the selected fee schedule associated with the web hosting plan.
  • Demafouth agreed to take the leadership of the APRD in 2008 and bring the rebels into a process that led to the signing of the peace accords among most rebel groups and Bozize's regime.
  • In 1993, it even opposed the Oslo Accords between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).
  • Types are denoted according towards the place of incision.
  • The punishment accorded under this section is severe and the maximum term which can be imposed is 2 years.

avail of, to, by, on or against?

  • I pray that we may we continue to avail of these.
  • The said account statements should be availed to another team who will audit the same and report to the members.
  • This is not much compared to what can be availed by Omani business community.
  • These loans have become an easy task to get and can be availed on a variety of internet websites also.
  • There is no restriction in the number of domestic non-subsidised cylinders that consumers can avail beyond the three subsidised LPG refill cylinders allowed in current year.
  • Therefore several pricing and costing ways are available and regulators contain a discretionary option to the ways to be availed in several cases.
  • Discount can be availed through the coupon code FESTIS-121.

amplify by, in, for, from or into?

  • His own acute cultural awareness was amplified by what, or rather, who, came before him.
  • Both those themes -- an ethos of public service and ethnic diversity -- would be amplified in the ceremony and, more importantly, in the Games themselves.
  • But in the world that extremists inhabit, mere similarity is insufficient - it has to be much closer than that because small ideological differences are amplified out of proportion.
  • It is very absolve that the Mac OS X Lion shall be amplified through the Mac App Store, however, whether Apple association will release the annex brief to version 10.
  • This can be further amplified with HTML5 as it provides even more delineation of the content and adjusts based on device type and their implied intent.
  • Fears about the future of development education in schools are amplified within a context of global and national economic crisis.

authorise by, in, for, under or as?

  • Changes authorised by this section include.
  • Except as authorised in writing by SkillsTrain you agree not to modify, rent, lease, loan, sell, distribute or create derivative works bases on the Website.
  • For this you need to refer to the aforementioned regulator website to check out exactly what products that they are authorised for.
  • There must be proper authority -- any intrusion must be authorised at a sufficiently senior level and with appropriate oversight.
  • Travel agencies are not authorised to book and issue Jet Awards.
  • Under the new pharmacovigilance provisions some medicinal products for human use are authorised subject to additional monitoring for reasons of their specific safety profile.
  • There is a need to identify the site which has to be authorised with a waste permit or with an EPA licence.

alienate from, by, due, for or in?

  • It seemed as if the whole nation was alienated from the state.
  • He went to Trinity College, Dublin in 1880 where he felt alienated by its anglicised culture.
  • She felt alienated in her own country, in her own State, in her own college, in her own class.
  • A retired army major expressed similar sentiments and he went on to claim that the people's land in his village, including that of his family, had been alienated to Taib's brother.
  • If she does alienate without legal necessity, then, if there be no reversioners, the alienation may be set aside by the Crown taking the property by escheat.

"alternate between" or "alternate with"?

  • We are having to alternate between the two.
  • Neglect can alternate with periods of authoritarian control.
  • Most people can alternate in some tasks from right to left, everyone is a bit different.
  • These signs alternate from English to Japanese.
  • Will Fletcher keep his third spot on the depth chart? Stewart and Craig Dahl were alternating as the second starting safety, but Stewart has been sidelined through both preseason games so far.
  • As the third alternate on the list, the odds were against her.
  • Figure #19 Same screen in last figure, but after it has alternated to Japanese.

"accrue to", "accrue in" or "accrue from"?

  • The benefits are accrued to them.
  • This curtails the very benefits that accrued from the service.
  • The number of days do not accrue in the manner you state.
  • Interest accrues on balance transfers from the date the transfer is processed by ANZ.
  • Debts accrued by him are assumed by the family upon a member's death, and, therefore, his material gains are theirs to inherit.
  • And yes, I recognize that interest accrues during deferment, but every time I spoke with the loan servicer or loan department manager, they all stood firm on the contract.
  • Interest does not usually accrue for the benefit of the tenant.
  • Arrears of 2000 accrued over the 4 month period that Mrs M was out of work.
  • The interest to be waived must be accrued within the calendar year of 2011 or the financial year of 2011-12.

"abolish in" or "abolish by"?

  • Judicial caning was abolished in 1990.
  • Judicial and prison CP was abolished by legislation in 1972.
  • Two years later the Dictation Test was abolished as a further means of exclusion.
  • Commenter oshtemo said athletics shouldn't be eliminated, but strongly regulated: No one is suggesting that intercollegiate athletics be abolished at WMU.
  • In particular, the Gayssot Law restores the law, abolished after Vichy, that defines questioning of official truth as a criminal offense (delit d'opinion).
  • Worse, we parents believe that the credibility of the MOE is truly questionable when we consider the sequence of events from July 2009 when PPSMI was abolished until today.
  • The judge jailed Matvejevs for six months, saying he was depriving needy people whose payments had been reduced or abolished because of the straitened economic situation.
  • Now, if we decide to abolish them, then we must abolish to the right and to the left, as extremists, regardless their political whereabouts are, intrinsecally, nocive.
  • CP for internal prison discipline offences was abolished with effect from 1933.

authorize by, in, for, under or on?

  • Except as expressly authorized by streamed.
  • This bronze medal was authorized in 1918.
  • As long as you have these, you are nearly always authorized for the money you need.
  • So is the use of a surveillance device that is authorized under another Act.
  • The precondition to successfully deauthorize is that the game was authorized on the PC before and the license stored in the registry is intact.
  • They are funded entirely by the annual registration fees paid by attorneys authorized to practice law in Illinois.
  • Refunds are authorized at the event only.

"anger by" or "anger at"?

  • Embassy was attacked, who were angered by the film.
  • However, I think that your anger at your situation is showing.
  • It seems we have so much hate and anger in our lives.
  • So it must have been a source of dismay and anger to Liverpudlians when they heard Boris Johnson being.
  • He may, however, cause sorrow and anger for the hypocrites and disappointments for the unbelievers.
  • When he really wanted to turn that anger on those that deserved it.
  • At this point (line 716) we notice how much of the Tale has concentrated on emotions of hatred, fear, hostility and anger with love so abstract and unreal as to form a very weak contrast.
  • It's hard not to let that anger against the whole come through when you're talking about a representative piece of that whole.
  • Such venom and anger towards a person who promoted to him to an exalted position just because he did not gat more promotions.
  • The room was filled with different emotions, mostly anger from some, and quiet contemplation from others.
  • So intense was the sense of humiliation and anger among Muslims that they would even rally behind the devil himself if he stood up to the West.
  • But they set off all these fears and anger without providing any other suggestions.

attest to, by, in, from or at?

  • Kevin Aftung can attest to that.
  • D, as attested by early Church Fathers.
  • I can attest from experience that publishing a regular blog to properly showcase your offering, even before you have it, is a most cost effective approach in time and money.

adorn with, by, in, according or among?

  • The sheet music of the era is often adorned with religious frescos.
  • The name of his country was Adorned by Light, and the name of his eon was Delight to Behold.
  • MP3 players, digital cameras, and notebooks can also be adorned in this manner.
  • Inside the walls of this regal palace are multiple rooms, halls, studies, private quarters and golf courses that are adorned according to the preferences of its current resident.
  • These apartments communicated again with a square or oblong space, usually adorned on three sides with a colonnade, though usually longer than the first.

"articulate in" or "articulate by"?

  • The few leaders left alive have not been able to articulate in one voice either an agenda or leverage their political strength.
  • In other words, a return to the test as articulated by Williamson J.
  • While it doesn't always hold true, a lot of the time value hasn't been articulated to the customer.
  • They articulated about their roles as mothers -- Michelle as the mother of two young daughters and Ann as the mother of five boys and a grandmother of several grandchildren.
  • There are 2 parts to the house connected by a bridge and with four quarters articulated like a pavilion.
  • In three paragraphs you have stated exactly what I've been trying to articulate for some time now.
  • I didn't say it was a guaranteed success -- just trying to articulate against some of the mindless ' oh Lewis is being snubbed at testing ' jibes mclaren get lumbered with.
  • On our ethnic plurality: Our polarities and diversities should be positively articulated instead of negatively.
  • The notion of ' race ' has been historically articulated with that of black/African diaspora.
  • Kulkarni's messages are too important and complex to be articulated within the confines of conventional journalism.

alert to, by, for, on or in?

  • I was alerted to another heart recipient's journal this week.
  • A few minutes later, alerted by the girl, the engine driver came down and saw me.
  • But I want to stay healthy and active and I want Muffin to be healthy and alert for school, so the whole family has to stay on track.
  • Same applied when I set up a fraud alert on my credit accounts.
  • NBI's Bacani said their office in Pagadian City had already been alerted about Aman Futures as early as June, but could not act to stop the scam since there were no complainants.
  • We sleep on the floor that night, alert from aftershocks and listening to the death tolls rise up and up on our wind up radio.
  • As the vehicle approaches danger, an audio-visual warning pops up to alert of a possible collision, allowing the driver to brake in time.
  • PAGASA warned residents living in low lying and mountainous areas to be alerted against possible flashfloods and landslides.
  • The authorities at the border areas have been alerted as the initial plan was to ship the car to an Asian country.

awaken to, by, from, in or at?

  • Yet every so often, our soul awakens to its true nature.
  • Shortly before sk I was awakened by the bells on the horses.
  • Victoria said she was awakened from a very bad dream.
  • His real purpose though was to awaken in them a longing for the spiritual life.
  • Likewise, if you habitually awaken at 4am, this habitual awakening comes to be anticipated be your subconscious mind.
  • Now, the Arab people have awakened after long slumber of complacency and disorder.
  • Private Awakening: Awakening as a Private Buddha, one who can gain Awakening without relying on the teachings of others, but who can not formulate the Dhamma in the way a Full Buddha can.
  • Hayashida on the bus, or compforting each other after they awaken on the island.
  • He awakened with night terrors.
  • This woody and sparking perfume is designed for awakening of senses.
  • Bella awakens up to a brand-new planet.
  • He immediately awakens upon my entry, jumps up, stashes his mattress in a closet and takes his post by the elevator doors.
  • Private Awakening: Awakening as a Private Buddha, one who can gain Awakening without relying on the teachings of others, but who can not formulate the Dhamma in the way a Full Buddha can.

"accommodate in", "accommodate for" or "accommodate to"?

  • Changes can not necessarily be accommodated in all cases.
  • I met Dan over the weekend and found him to be really accommodating to the fans.
  • A maximum of 16 teams per day will be accommodated for this tournament.
  • Place keywords exactly where they are needed to accommodate with the content.
  • The artistes would be accommodated at the complex.
  • I could not be accommodated on the boat.
  • Orphan children are accommodated within the center which also offers boarding facility in tiny iron sheet rooms.
  • The Senator, gallant and accommodating as all sena- tors try to be, complied with her request, but after he had taken the extra cigar for his partner she began to demur.
  • Those two given effective strategies can be accommodated by using a blog.
  • In my opinion, the western society, specially canadians are quite liberal and accommodating of different viewpoints.

ascend to, into, in, from or on?

  • So we ascend to comfier heights.
  • After 40 days he ascended into heaven, but he did not leave us alone.
  • I ascend in elevators fit for the gods.
  • But when He conquered death and hell, and overcome them, and ascended on high, He received a new name.
  • The fast ascend by vehicle to about 4000m will require additional acclimatisation, after which it will be possible to ascend Uhuru Peak either.
  • These multiple dimensional techniques offer assurance that one can reach Enlightenment and Ascend beyond Enlightenment in just one lifetime.
  • DAY 2 After early breakfast, depart with a lunch box to Ngorongoro, descend for a crater tour, ascend for dinner and overnight at the Lodge/Camp in Ngorongoro.
  • The route follows a narrow but spectacular ridge and ascends through the heath and the ridge narrows.
  • He directs the ordinance from the heaven unto the earth; then it ascends unto Him in a day long as a thousand years that you enumerate (32:4-5).
  • And to ascend up to the summit a re 300 steps.
  • Rongai ascends via the less forested northern side of the mountain.
  • As was fitting for the child of a god, he tapped into every divine spell there was and ascended like a Sir.

arrest for, in, on, by or at?

  • He was arrested for putting it online.
  • One man was arrested in the area after the incident.
  • The tears stood arrested on her cheek.
  • Mr Singh had been arrested by U.
  • Tony Mack was arrested at his Berkeley Avenue home which is currently up for sale.
  • He was also arrested after several shootings.
  • Provisions of sections 47, 48 and 49 to apply to arrest under section 66 67.
  • She was arrested with 18kgs of cocaine in a bag.
  • Procedure when police-officer deputes subordinate to arrest without warrant 56.
  • Initially, he was shown arrested as a suspect under section 54.
  • A search of the police national computer revealed he was wanted for burglary and arson and he was arrested before being released on bail.
  • The pair has been jailed since May 2, when they were arrested during a sting organized by Wonder's attorney and Los Angeles police.
  • According to some unconfirmed reports, he was arrested from Laki Marwat, KPK on March 11th this year, but there are no official statements about it.
  • Reverend Jesse Jackson joined with the workers in the march, but he and thirteen others were arrested outside the plant.
  • I learned from you last week that he was the first guy arrested over the G20 fence.
  • Person arrested to be brought before Court without delay 81.

"allocate to" or "allocate for"?

  • Allocated to the task were 1st and 29th (U.
  • Space has been allocated for further development.
  • Any public Grounds can be allocated in other areas of the Country.
  • Tickets will be allocated by random draw and will be sent out in advance of the event.
  • Each class has spaces for 30 students which are allocated on a first-come basis.
  • How will ever scarcer energy resources be allocated between the advanced economies and the emerging.
  • Larger objects are allocated with mmap().
  • Any times recorded in this mode are to be allocated against the Job.
  • If you request 16 bytes, great, you only use 16 bytes; if you request 17 bytes, the request is allocated from the 32-byte arena, and 15 bytes are wasted.
  • The President of the USA is determined by what are called Electoral College votes (a block of votes allocated per State, to ensure parity in results ), not the popular vote.
  • Although they remain stated priorities, very few resources have been allocated towards this challenge.
  • String objects allocated via new operator are stored in the heap, and there is no sharing of storage for the same contents.

annoy by, for, to, about or at?

  • I remember being annoyed by similar letters when I was a research student.
  • For female, lifestyle and fantastic people needn't annoy for the way of getting the fanshion and function together.
  • Terrible &; Severe Headaches Headaches can range from annoying to severe acute pain.
  • Aren't you getting a bit annoyed about this? Spa is coming up, are you confident that you can break it? Raikkonen: I think I've only been second twice, not three times, I don't know.
  • Sometimes my beautiful wife annoys at me to listen some new songs also.
  • I was annoyed because of the way the good old Prof.
  • Yuki annoys me well truth in all three the lead girls have annoyed in one way or another.
  • I find him a tad annoying on the television but to watch the meals being prepared tempts you into trying them, with great results.
  • OVER 38: ENG 111/0 (Cook 74* Compton 34*) Compton is in full-on block mode, and why not, but he looks a bit annoyed with himself to miss out on a long hop from Ashwin.

augment by, with, in, for or on?

  • These efforts are being augmented by route incentive schemes.
  • The basis sets have been augmented with d-functions.
  • Global purchasing power is thereby augmented in this case by new issues of yuan-also unassociated with the production of new goods.
  • News print industry is built on ad revenue and they need to come up with a new business model the augment for the loss in ad revenue that will never be recovered.
  • The role of the private sector in the economy has also been immensely augmented on one hand and, whereas on the other hand the government retains the regulatory role.
  • As a result, the reputation and renownedness of this augmented to a significant extent, resulting in amplification of this nation among other neighbouring countries of North Africa.

"administer by" or "administer to"?

  • It must be administered by a doctor or nurse.
  • Questionnaires were administered to both clinicians and patients.
  • The BBC World Service is administered in consultation with.
  • He has also lectured and administered at a national University in Uganda.
  • Both treatments were administered for 5 days.
  • Lawyers are also looking into the late presenter's overseas assets, thought to be administered from tax haven the Channel Islands.
  • The oath was administered on Nov.
  • The award will be administered through the Henry M.
  • Aconite ought to be administered during the hot stage of fever; but should be avoided during the cold stage.
  • The treatment is administered under complete anaesthesia and is brief and painless in itself.
  • A 28-item questionnaire was administered via a semi-structured interview.
  • It was a radical policy administered with exceptional efficiency and dedication.
  • A If they die without a will their estate must be administered according to law.

"assemble in", "assemble by" or "assemble at"?

  • People are assembled in the hall, which holds 2,000.
  • We will assemble at the Garden of remembrance at 12.
  • It was assembled by hand at Jobs's parents ' house and sold for $666.
  • They can go out and make sense of all this great crowd of pilgrims assembling from every nation in Jerusalem.
  • In February 1798 Napoleon inspected his new command, the French army assembled on the Channel coast awaiting the planned invasion of Great Britain.
  • With Nottingham Castle standing sentry, spectators gathered to witness riders assembling for the sign on and start.
  • Building begins next year with the modules assembled before being shipped.
  • The office and four Astronauts share a large canopy area and the cows assemble under that canopy to have a feed (Figure 3) and a drink as they wait their turn.
  • A similar list could not be assembled with Democratic officials making like statements.
  • They proved so popular they were assembled into a single book and published in hardcover form by Simon &; Schuster in 1926.
  • Health data assemble through a Health Impact Assessment can help us to make places that support healthier individuals.
  • So spread this far and wide, because the more weak ties we assemble to more everyone benefits.

"affirm in" or "affirm by"?

  • You take issue with scholastic, decretal theology that is affirmed in Westminster.
  • The statement is affirmed by the Spirit.
  • I created an affirmation so I could affirm to my mind what was happening to my body.
  • A central campaigning demand of ' Right to Work ' is a 35 hour week with no loss of pay, as affirmed at the 2010 conference.
  • Most of Oyewole's judgments have been affirmed on appeal and even the few ones that had been sent back for retrial, were eventually decided the same way he had initially adjudged them.

"accelerate by", "accelerate to" or "accelerate in"?

  • Ageing Skin ageing is accelerated by exposure to ultraviolet light.
  • Inflation accelerated in the West African country to 12.
  • In figure 7b, the buggy has accelerated to 10 mph.
  • Coyote's forelegs to be transformed into ADEQUATE wings while accelerating at 32 feet/second/second.
  • In this sense spacetime is accelerating away from you.
  • Model S accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.
  • He accelerated towards the officers, at which point they fired shots at him.
  • Usually this consists of accelerating during fast runs of notes.
  • Jump over the ball with the other foot, and accelerate past the wrong footed defender.
  • Attract affiliate marketers to your product and receive a secondary boost as your sales accelerate through the roof and off the chart.
  • Trying to accelerate with the engine trimmed out will often result in prop ventilation and slippage.
  • This role needs to be further realised across Europe and the planning and preparation for that should be accelerated across countries.
  • Fitch expects that the economy will gradually accelerate into 2013 and 2014.
  • Left with no team-mates, Gerrans did well to stay on the wheels as the chase group accelerated on the way to the foot of the climb in preparation for the final, 3.
  • Consumption spontaneously accelerates out of the common ad unit, drawing on the experience of Western colleagues.
  • But, although it is ACCELERATING toward the centre of the earth, it is still TRAVELLING away from the earth - for a time.
  • Abbey x x x Thanks so much for writing this - My anxiety began on the same basis, the fear of sick, and has accelerated since then.

allege in, by, during, at or against?

  • I do not own eight mansions as alleged in the publication.
  • That the rocks of Bajo de Masinloc are not included or within the limits of the Treaty of Paris, as alleged by China, is therefore immaterial and of no consequence.
  • Elizabeth Harris alleges during her examination that she bid her familiar, Anonymous 217, to get her revenge on Goodman Chilman for accusing her of stealing a pig.
  • Well, at least the BJP President has offered himself for any scrutiny, investigation on being alleged of corruption.
  • Rini Akter, a housewife alleged to this reporter that she had to use by lanes to reach home.

"app for" or "app on"?

  • By using these security apps for Apple.
  • Different with most of any other apps on other platform.
  • With some 600,000+ apps in the store,.
  • You can even download these new iPhone apps from the internet.
  • Time to play catch-up ball! Already Facebook has job apps such as Glass Door and JobVite.
  • BTW: ColorDict works with several of the 3rd party reader apps like Mantano, so it is a very useful app.
  • Google has added 100+ apps to their hangouts.
  • It is popular enough app with more than 22,000 FB fans.
  • However, Windows 8 will run Windows Store apps as well as older legacy programs.
  • Ever since I started incorporating my topspin sales buttons and apps into my website, my online sales have stopped.
  • It isn't XP, it won't run many XP apps at a tolerable speed, and you will have to spend a lot of money to find this out.
  • App by Kenneth Cheng (i-Kenneth.
  • Preinstalled Nike Native App A Nike native app comes preinstalled on the iPhone but must be activated in the Settings app before the icon associated with it appears on your device.
  • Mozilla's approach to smartphones is that all apps will be HTML5 apps rather than apps using platform-specific APIs.
  • From what I've read, Kindle Fire will not only allow sideloading of books and other content (music, movies ), you will also be able to sideload Android apps without rooting: OK, I'd a newbie.

accumulate in, over, to, on or by?


"activate by" or "activate in"?

  • It does this when it is activated by attention energy.
  • Once a theme is activated in wordpress theme admin, it becomes visible to all the site visitors.
  • Pay-As-U-Roam is not activated on my mobile line.
  • Do i need to get BES activated for surfing internet throuugh wifi on bb9300? hi.
  • The main candidates for alternative action are a carbon tax activated at national levels, and a network of regional emission trading schemes.
  • The 30 day value is activated from the time it is purchased or renewed.
  • He then helped me to hotlist the debit card and immediately issued me a new Platinum debit card, which would be activated after 48 hours.
  • It is formatted by the parts which are activated within each person at any given moment.
  • Failover If the primary database is not available the standby database can be activated as a primary database using the following statements.
  • The Texans have activated inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton from the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list, clearing the way for him to play on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • The amygdala is an ancient brain structure that's activated during states of fear and anxiety.
  • Sarah Churman, who was born deaf, was filmed by her husband Sloan at the moment her hearing implants were activated following surgery.
  • They are activated into an energy Light field through the Love emotion and thought projection.
  • If we installed and activated Per Item mod, would that override the USPS and UPS mods or would it simply add the additional $0.

"advance to" or "advance in"?

  • Then, advance to the end and hit the gong.
  • Hamilcar was advancing in the following order.
  • The arguments advanced by Daniel Gros as linked to by MH are the reality.
  • Albans, the Lancastrians decided not to advance on London.
  • We can see the great man himself advancing towards us.
  • Several reasons may be advanced for this.
  • The winter of 1806-07 saw Napoleon overrun Prussia and advance into Poland.
  • Much of today's wealth is tied to technology, and technology is advanced through education.
  • You can build you're character while advancing with levels.
  • Montenegro did not advance from the initial group stage.
  • Defenders could always reinforce a threatened sector more quickly than the attackers could advance across it, until the German army had been worn down by four years of loss and Allied blockade.
  • Arguments are advanced against it on religious grounds, freedom of expression grounds, higher costs and so on.
  • Modad February 7, 2011, 01:59 AM I would like to see Bangladesh beat India in first match but India still manage to advance along with SA, Eng.
  • Financial emergencies are the only times to consider cash advances as a solution.
  • PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS We have argued that technology advances at economic levels enable 64-bit computing to become widespread.
  • Americans work harder and longer than they used to, with less pay and less benefits and less chance for advancement, while some Americans have advanced beyond their wildest dreams.
  • Through new technology advances like Digital Radio, Podcasting and Internet Broadcasting more stations and more jobs have opened up.
  • I think and hope the US will advance out of this group and in fact hope they go quite far.
  • Goestenkors has led Texas into the NCAAs each season, but Texas has advanced past the first round only once under her.
  • You can't take out money taken from customers as advances without feeling the need to inject it back in the business.

"align with" or "align to"?

  • Their myths align with the Odin myths.
  • The incentive program was not aligned to profitability.
  • You can't wait for everything to align in a certain way.
  • The houses, aligned on the riverbank, were of one storey.
  • The glyphs of different scripts are typically aligned at different points on the glyph.
  • Every system is perfectly aligned for the results that it gets.
  • The resulting force (black) may thus be aligned over the imaginary point (deep blue) and roll the vehicle over in a curve.

"appoint by" or "appoint to"?

  • He was originally appointed by Gov.
  • V, 19 Members not appointed to office.
  • Abi Rabi'a was appointed as the general.
  • Marsh, who was appointed in 1923.
  • Guardians may also be appointed under a parent's will or by court order.
  • One teacher must be appointed for each group of 40 students 3.
  • Of the judges, the Federal Courts Act requires that at least six be appointed from Quebec.
  • No longer would the USA team coach be appointed on a one-year basis.
  • It has been narrated on the ' Abd al-Rahman from ' Ali that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) sent a force (on a mission) and appointed over them a man.
  • He was appointed with effect from 31st May.

"accomplish by" or "accomplish in"?

  • Control is accomplished by sending pipe Messages.
  • This can be accomplished in two ways.
  • This is accomplished with a set of screens in various sizes.
  • There are great limits to what this form of organization can accomplish on its own.
  • All of this can be accomplished through NDA's or other contract products.
  • Stand still, and see the salvation of the LORD, which He will accomplish for you today.
  • But I am quite sure that if the US had focused more on itself instead of trying to change Arab regimes-more would be accomplished at home.
  • This was not accomplished without great sufferings.
  • Not even a fraction of what I accomplished as a teenager.
  • We believe that this can be accomplished within the Executive Council decision on policy guidelines for determining the number of Article VI inspections.
  • Banding can only be accomplished during a short time of the baby's development.
  • However, Easterly (2007) argues that poverty can not be completely abolished by foreign aid or experts, it will be accomplished like in other countries by their own government.
  • It has been an incredible journey for me and I could not be prouder of what we accomplished over the past few years helping define Yahoo as a leader in digital media and advertising.
  • God's word reveals the wonders that He has accomplished throughout human history.
  • Presumably, Dryden's detection of plagiarism was accomplished via his own thorough classical grounding.

"attain to" or "attain by"?

  • Those devotions are only means to attain to the end.
  • Green Cards to STEM degrees attained by foreign-nationals.
  • Self-government was attained in 1959.
  • This isn't to say that naturalists argue that a just society can be attained through legal mechanisms alone.
  • However, honor attained at the detriment of so many sacrifices being made, may not be a virtue, but an illusion.
  • The 31 year old has only occasionally reached the heights he attained during the Euro 2008 finals and has on the whole been a huge disappointment at the Emirates Stadium.
  • Deposit / Equity The LTV or loan-to value ratio you can borrow to get a purchase to let mortgage is generally lower than you would be capable attain from a classic residential mortgage.
  • The book caused a genuine scandal and gave Easton Ellis an infamy that it had become almost impossible to attain with the printed word.
  • People who have drowned describe the state of near madness attained before accepting the first gasp of water into your system.
  • The Christian life is a journey, a growth that is to be attained over the course of a lifetime.

"analyse by" or "analyse in"?


abide by, in, with, to or on?

  • We also abide by what the referee did.
  • Abide in me Jesus says, be rooted in me.
  • I need thy presence every passing hour; what but thy grace can foil the tempter's power? Who like thyself my guide and stay can be? Through cloud and sunshine, O abide with me.
  • First off, Abiding to protocol.
  • We don't live in a ' world without truth ' we simply abide on an island of lies of our own construction.

"abandon by" or "abandon in"?

  • He feels abandoned by the Irish Government.
  • The story was that he had been found abandoned in a field.
  • The fort probably lay abandoned for centuries.
  • South Vietnam was abandoned to its fate because of the war's political costs at home.
  • Black: a deliverable has been cancelled or abandoned as no longer possible, even though it is still required.
  • DARREN AND JUSTINE Darren was abandoned at birth and left in a Romanian orphanage.
  • The vehicle used, possibly a van may have been abandoned without it being torched, so clues could still be available.
  • The job had to be abandoned after 19 years, without the goal of reaching the mantle having been attained.
  • No one is alone dealing with this, but there are days where you have never felt more abandoned because of this anxiety.
  • Two years ago in October, we found Bella abandoned on a street in Bellevue.
  • Cities came up on banks of rivers and abandoned with the changes in the flow of the water bodies.
  • Both were likely abandoned about 1801.
  • We think she was an indoor kitten that was abandoned near us.
  • As for rational thinking--logical thinking--it is left abandoned outside the stately front entrance of the the Hall of Evolution.
  • That position has been abandoned since December 30, the day after the general election.

"amend by" or "amend in"?

  • As amended by Internal Revenue (Amendment) Act, 2004 (Act 669 ), s.
  • The Prickly Pear Act, 1924, was amended in 1944.
  • This article was amended on 1 December 2010.
  • If there is a connection, then perhaps John Dalberg-Acton's maxim should be amended to: Power tends.
  • It is possible, although highly unlikely, that the language of the rule could be amended before a final vote by the USGA and R &A.
  • In the past, my passport was amended with new or corrected information.
  • This article was amended at 17:18 on 5 November 2010.
  • Watch Dennis Crowley's presentation at the Changing Media Summit This article was amended during 6-8 April 2011.
  • The provisions of the 1900 CHT Regulation related to land settlement and transfer were amended for providing land rights to the settlers.

assign to, by, for, in or as?

  • Functions and meanings are assigned to places.
  • It is assigned by teachers of all academic levels.
  • He is specially assigned for rejuvenating Party's student front.
  • The provisional grade of ' IP ' is assigned in the intervening semesters.
  • Mobile IP works by having an access point assigned as the home agent for each user.
  • It would be racist if she said it is due to a particular trait in the community which was assigned at birth.
  • It would have meant that but, with just over three minutes left, Andrew Crescenzi, recently assigned from the Marlies, went to the box.
  • Why is that an issue? Well, a mortgage can not be assigned into a fake trust AFTER the closing/cut-off dates.
  • Thanks to them, muscle tendon attachment is being assigned on 3-4 times larger area than cross section.
  • User Levels and Groups What are Administrators? Administrators are members assigned with the highest level of control over the entire board.

appeal to, for, against, by or from?

  • That really, really appeals to me.
  • Don't recall you appealing for her.
  • Appeal against inadequacy of sentence 417A.
  • This can be appealed by contacting The Dimension's Edge, Inc.
  • No appeal from certain summary convictions 414.
  • Bhuyan had appealed in Supreme Court.

"advertise on" or "advertise in"?

  • Knowing you are advertising on a high quality network.
  • To advertise in print or online.
  • Disclosure: I am NOT advertising for Philips.
  • It is much more than this one-dimmensional problem as advertised at face value.
  • And I think the positives are pretty well advertised by the tourism board.
  • People expect to get what is being advertised to them without any extra charges.
  • My craft fair was juried by the art council and is advertised as a high end market.
  • Cater to suggest, it had not been advertised with the advertising video clips.
  • Volunteering opportunities may also be advertised through your education provider.
  • Sites like HubPages have their own traffic and when you advertise about your business on these sites you are surely going to get recognition whose benefits can be reaped in for long-term.
  • It is a potentially lucrative area for mobile operators; according to Juniper research, advertising within ringback services will exceed US$780 million annually by 2015.

"absorb by", "absorb into" or "absorb in"?

  • I found myself being absorbed by it all.
  • I was absorbed in thinking of the reverses of life.
  • During digestion sugar is absorbed into the blood.
  • As he'd slept that day, the memories he'd absorbed from the assassins had shown him things.
  • Gas, glue and solvents These compounds are quickly absorbed through the lungs.
  • Conness said of my health, which he appeared to think was failing because of our work, or from being too much &; too long, absorbed with one daily routine of thought &; action.
  • It could be too much for the skin to absorb at one go so I'd treat skin concerns depending on what's most troubling you at that point and go from there I do use at least 2 different serums everyday.
  • Let a be the cross sectional area of the mountain, and be the latent heat absorbed per molecule of when the rocks melt, and n be the number of molecules per unit volume.
  • As a person becomes more absorbed to the computer, it is then important to upgrade the knowledge.
  • By this very fact, he is able to absorb within him the smell and taste of the others.
  • While one reaction was to absorb without thought what was coming from the West, the other was total rejection.

"aspire to" or "aspire for"?

  • We all aspire to doing more with less.
  • Will you use it? To aspire for leadership is an honourable ambition.
  • Call me lacking substance, but it's a lifestyle to aspire towards.
  • And a man who aspires after that can not afford to keep out of any field of life.
  • One is a manifestation of crude art aspiring at an architectural scale; the other seeks architecture-as-art and harmony between content, container and context.
  • It aspires in bringing the best look a girl could ever have through its unique designs.
  • Teaching as a profession is becoming more popular among students who aspire of being a teacher.
  • Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they aspire through their professional work to contribute to the public good in their country or region, or on a global basis.

"analyze by", "analyze for" or "analyze in"?


advocate for, by, in, on or against?

  • Let me play devils advocate for a second.
  • Checking for the nuchal cord has been advocated by medical textbooks.
  • Mr Tipoki began his youth work training as a youth volunteer and advocate in his community and church.
  • We continue to advocate on the Hill on these issues to get that message out.
  • On a recent trip to Delhi, she became Bangladesh ' s advocate against India ' s tightening of rice exports.
  • Even some years before 1965, Pauker had been advocating to the Indonesian military the need to take action and wipe out the Communist opposition.

announce in, on, by, to or at?

  • Her arrival will be announced in the.
  • ET, the SEC announced on Monday.
  • Decisions will be announced by 1 February.
  • On 14 November, the discovery was announced to the world.
  • Specific location will be announced at 8am.
  • There's nothing to announce as of now.
  • It was never announced for 2012.
  • The first confirmed case in the school was announced during a news conference held in Grand Forks on Friday.
  • More information will announce with AGM on November 13th.
  • Exclaim has the full tracklisting, album art, and other bits and bobs announced about the record.
  • We also dbuted a PDF download via Scopalto in France, and there's one more edition that we'll announce before the year is out.
  • The exact venues will be announced over the next few days.
  • They announce through their subjection to time that He who subjected them to time is not subject to it Himself.
  • Any outcomes will be announced via the DIAC website.

"afford to" or "afford by"?

  • The truth was she couldn't afford to.
  • But there's no denying the benefits afforded by smartphones now.
  • It wont Get A good Simpleton To find out So it Could Go on an Uniform To afford In which Garbage.
  • The Nats can't afford for Zim in the 3 hole to go to into a deep slump this time.
  • I don't like to sign up to anything I can't afford at that moment, so I was waiting until next pay to enter.
  • I recommend getting something you can afford with a 15-year loan.
  • A bad delivery would see the crisis evolve and spread, something this government can't afford on a national level.
  • They also come with wallet friendly prices that one can afford as well as moderate colors that one can use.
  • Your credit record will contain this information for 10 years, thus ensuring you will have a tough time obtaining credit you can afford during that period.
  • People bought homes they knew they couldn't afford from banks and lenders who pushed those bad loans anyway.
  • He can decide for himself what he can and can't afford rather than being forced to relinquish a certain percentage of his money to a group of strangers so they can determine that for him.
  • If I really want to see a show I'll just purchase whatever DVD sets I can afford via Amazon and watch it that way.

"anticipate by" or "anticipate in"?

  • Although the third fight didn't feature any Malaysians, it was eagerly anticipated by the knowledgeable crowd.
  • A list of future changes you anticipate in your life that could affect what you may need in your home.
  • A loving family always anticipating for your arrival.
  • The volumes of water anticipated at full export production are 281,000 million litres per year.
  • Therefore, magic is anticipated from Ojala's right foot.
  • But your abettor is accomplished bigger to anticipate on his anxiety at times like these, and is added acceptable to abode acrimonious apropos of the appraisers than you are.
  • From 2004 in order to 2014, the trade is anticipating to.
  • Provides information about the queue and all its entries as anticipated after the shutdown.
  • In Oklahoma, there is another season to anticipate apart from the usual four: the twister season.

"approve by" or "approve of"?

  • His decision was approved by the entire team.
  • Ian Taylor approves of the system.
  • My husband and I were approved for adoption in August 2009.
  • Gay marriage is still not approved in the state.
  • The house approved on the on going project after several question were asked.
  • But techniques have improved, and in 2010 it was finally approved as an NHS operation.
  • This was a radical idea that would clearly not be approved at corporate headquarters.
  • The plan will not be approved before April at the earliest, he said.
  • This bill gives legislative effect to the Energy White Paper on Renewable Energy approved during 2004.
  • Duty of committee 165(3) An audit committee shall review the financial statements of the corporation before they are approved under section 152.
  • At all times, no decision can be approved without the French.

"abound in" or "abound with"?

  • Elegant finishings and features abound in this home.
  • Web sites abound with box office data, production costs, profit estimates etc.
  • Shock, disbelief and denial abound on both sides.
  • Tales abound of Nobel Prize winning faculty who have not seen the inside of a lecture theatre in years.
  • East from Bathurst Street Problems abound at the Bathurst Street bridge.
  • And like everything in law, these potential consequences abound for both sides.
  • Domestically, rumours abound about SRK's alleged intimacy with a top ranking actress which, if true, must also be very unsettling to his wife and to his domestic front generally.
  • Injuries abound across that back line.
  • President, rumors abound as to the cause of death and time of death of our beloved late President Atta Mills.
  • The regular publication of weekly tables by the Registrar-General replaced the rumours which abounded during the first epidemic.
  • On some days, I'd perfectly content highlighting the inspiration that abounds from other people's creations, and then other days? Other days I want to join in on the fun -- to be my own inspiration.
  • Rumours abounded to the effect that some foreign powers, overseas Tamils, or both, were to provide military succour for the birth of Tamil Eelam.

accuse of, by, in, for or with?

  • Gu has not been accused of any crime.
  • Cayetano was accused by Raissa on probable grounds.
  • Kaithan and Krishnaswami are the accused in C.
  • Nuances and thinking are demanded when democracy was accused for fanning mayhem.
  • Three (3) hours later, Fernando again saw the two accused with the tricycle, but this time without his brother.

adapt to, from, for, by or into?

  • The body will adapt to this stimulus.
  • Written by Kayla Albert Adapted from The.
  • Much of his work was based on these people and adapted for fiction.
  • The strategy was originally adapted by Monchi, but the Sevilla S.
  • Five of his novels have been adapted into stage plays.
  • We firmly believe that to attain Energy Security it is imperative that Solar PV is adapted at a mass-level.
  • It is possible to find a case adapted in your camera in almost any store that sells electronics.
  • An introvert is someone who draws resources from within the self for adapting with the environment.

"alter by" or "alter in"?

  • Hydrocarbons can be altered by the addition of other chemicals, such as halogens.
  • The volume of distribution (V d) may be altered in children.
  • She does not edit for accuracy, She does not alter for correctness, She translates and posts.
  • Most saw this as a reaffirmation of the Olympic Spirit, rather than the risk of worshipping at the alter of Mammon.
  • They needed their seating capacities altered to better fit classroom utilization needs as identified through our Curriculum and Timetable staff and Facilities Management, Space Management staff.
  • It can now only be altered within Australia.
  • It will not stop or alter from this course.
  • Articles could be altered on Google Blog and not modify work software.
  • Military operations would be dramatically altered with almost unlimited access to space.
  • The original symbol -- with the triple head of the serpent -- became altered into a rod with a knob, and the two lower heads were separated, thus disfiguring somewhat the original meaning.
  • A study conducted by Keep America Beautiful (KAB) indicated that littering behaviors can be altered through comprehensive educational programs.
  • These roles can be altered at runtime without loss of data or resetting of redo logs.
  • Today we must also honour all those who lives have been forever altered because of the things they've experienced in war - so many with serious post-traumatic stress.
  • Despite appearances, the Panthers Offense came into this game with the desire to vary their personnel groupings, altering between 11, 12, and 21 personnel equally.
  • Furthermore, it can be recycled again and again without loss of its inherent properties since its atomic structure is not altered during melting.
  • Sessions bring space protects, CPAP, wight lost modifications in, also alters regarding regenerating methods.
  • Furthermore they appreciated the very fact each animal or vehicle is loaded with numerous images which are altering upon click.
  • Text may not be altered without permission.

"applaud by" or "applaud for"?

  • Skill must be applauded by the media and phisicality shuned Comment number 4.
  • As a pragmatic use of limited finanaces, Hague is to be applauded for the idea.
  • However, audiences generally applaud at the end of the overture and often at.
  • With these severe measures the implementation of the ' White Australia ' policy was warmly applauded in most sections of the community.
  • It was one of the things I applauded about southern hemisphere rugby; they would have their provincial/club championship over by the time northern hemisphere teams would travel down to get spanked.
  • Another fine example of fungi saving the world (for others see Paul Stamet's fine work, video above) and should be applauded as such.
  • There are better things to do on a cold winter night than to watch a president drone on for an hour and more while congressmen applaud like trained seals.
  • Both sides were applauded off the pitch by the GNE travelling supporters who numbered a fair proportion of the Tuesday evening crowd of 89.
  • Edebee keke so Party members clap and applaud without understanding what has been said.

"assess by" or "assess on"?

  • Heartbeat perception was assessed by a discrimination method.
  • The tests are designed to assess on merit alone.
  • Depression can be easily assessed in most sufferers.
  • Assessment Students will be assessed against four criteria: A.
  • This is to assess for possible spread in more detail.
  • Safety and efficacy were assessed at 48 weeks.
  • All external contract work is assessed with respect to potential conflicts of interest.
  • I chose the topic to assess as to how Batra Theatre can increase its profitability and sales.
  • You are assessed from the moment you walk into a GD hall.
  • Section 508 compliance can be assessed through government acquisition and also has detailed standards to which products can be adapted.
  • They were also assessed according to PRTM's Supply Chain Maturity Matrix, which is based on SCOR.
  • Questions related to the accessibility and coherence of the annotations, validation of the annotations, and the economics of the process will have to be carefully assessed along the way.
  • Close them all &; get them fully assessed before people can re-enter them.
  • Conditions will be assessed during the late spring thaw.
  • In such case if the owner becomes insolvent, the taxes can be wholly defeated until the mortgage is foreclosed and the property assessed to a new owner.

await for, in, with, on or at?

  • The other six await for us in His paradise.
  • By March, the feast is over but another, smaller feast sometimes awaits in autumn.
  • I await with dread to discover what hideous extrusion of cookie-cutter marketing will replace it.
  • Now awaiting on whether I get past this and go to trial or they get judgement.
  • But the Arsenal are calling and a ticket with my name on it awaits at The Grove.
  • A paper coming from this initiative is expected to be distributed informally on Tuesday or Wednesday and is eagerly awaited by many delegations.
  • And there are many wonders awaiting inside Mesa Lab you can all also enjoy.
  • Even in Metro Manila, surprises awaited like hiking in LaMesa Ecopark, part of an important effort to protect the area's watershed.
  • The Marvellous Masai Mara 05/11/2010 The much awaited re opening of the Exploreans Mara Rianta camp has been confirmed for May 2011.

"arrange for" or "arrange in"?

  • I was arranging for a house here.
  • News is arranged in convenient.
  • His legal representation was arranged by ProBono.
  • I have arranged with Amazon to have it replaced.
  • Several nuclei arranged at the periphery beneath the sarcolemma.
  • We can not accept any liability for any services which you arrange on your own.
  • Placements will be arranged according to student competence, choice, and placement availability.
  • Ground floor rooms are arranged around an open patio.
  • A guided tour to the waterfalls can be arranged as well as a guided nature walk, use of paddle boats, canoes and row boats.
  • This should be arranged before the end of June.
  • For contracts arranged from overseas, employers will often pay or contribute towards airfare.
  • The set of expected pitches for a piece of music can be arranged into a scale.
  • The comic was arranged like a collage of Moloch's memories.
  • Indoor storage must be arranged through the other separate tenants of the Boathouse.
  • Tours can easily be arranged to the waterfalls or other cities.

assure of, by, in, to or for?

  • We can be assured of a place in heaven.
  • Nice to be reined in and be assured by the long sighted.
  • We long for meaning and sense to our trials, to know and be assured in some small part that our suffering is not in vain.
  • What matters most is to be assured to you will get what you truly deserve.
  • Instant domination is not assured for everything.
  • We both hail from large families, in which continuation of the family name is assured through siblings and cousins.
  • Those votes are almost assured at this point, no matter how close to the center you get (because they won't vote Dem at this point.
  • Financial growth and stability is assured during this year.
  • If the insured dies, the sum assured less any outstanding policy loans are payable to beneficiary.
  • Ideally reading these guidelines by way of, you are feeling a little bit more clear and assured on how to take care of such is important.
  • The Box Hill side always looks more assured with Gilham in the 22.
  • Moderate fees combined with flexible payment plans bring this quality education and assures within easy financial reach of most families.
  • The return swing of the pendulum is assured without fail and there is no escape from the effects of this immutable law.

"adjust to" or "adjust for"?

  • Lay flat and keep adjusting to size.
  • Earnings adjusted for items were $1.
  • The final score adjusted by the point spread determines the winner of the bet.
  • I adjusted according to what my weekly charts were showing me.
  • The lighting levels can also be easily adjusted in response to concern over light pollution and obtrusive light.
  • Mistakes have been made in the past but some have adjusted with time.
  • We suggest that the rear end be adjusted as to limit the up and down movement.
  • They could also be scolded for having to adjust at halftime after putting out a line-up that left them open on the wings.
  • After my eyes adjusted from the late afternoon sun to the cool dark ambiance of Budaba, well the rest is history.
  • Now it has only been a week I have now adjusted into the Gr.
  • Some may seemed to have accustomed and adjusted on the often occurrence of such feeling.
  • Temperature can be adjusted via a control panel.

"apologize for" or "apologize to"?

  • He apologizes for CM Punk next.
  • I apologized to a lot of chairs.
  • It was past midnight! I apologize in advance.
  • In the afternoon a man came, touched my feet, and began to apologise on behalf of his son, who had been one of the gang.

attack by, on, in, with or for?

  • Kaitlyn says she was attacked by a blonde.
  • Attack on religions or communities; 3.
  • The September attack in Benghazi, which killed the U.
  • Attacking with the knee, elbow or forehead.
  • No, he is being attacked for being a Republican.
  • That why are they being attacked from the world when America committed a similar crime.
  • They attacked at 4am on June 25, 1950.
  • Many mosques were attacked after 9/11.
  • I think it helped Kagawa when we had Rooney in attack as well.
  • Not long after this HJK launched a fine three against four counter-attack through the left.
  • Not a single plane from Philippine Sea had been used in controlled attacks, and of a task force total of 85 sorties, 43 had attacked without positive control.

"adopt by" or "adopt in"?

  • Long ago adopted by B2C companies.
  • I was adopted in 1975 when I was a little baby.
  • The CogTr interventions adopted for this study were based on the above definitions.
  • Hence FCFS system was adopted as a policy.
  • Another a 12 year old girl adopted at birth.
  • This has been adopted from Ashoka Chakra.
  • Ubuntu is being adopted on an increasing scale on the desktop in corporate environments.
  • During the campaign, Romney said that if elected he would seek a year-long extension of current tax policy, including low rates adopted during the George W.
  • This was adopted into general speech in the 1920s.
  • Various rent and rent restrictions acts were then adopted through the interwar years.
  • It is a pity that they are adopting to such low political tactics.
  • Some of these 5 could be adopted under Section 54, sub section 2, of the 2010 Adoption Act.
  • The strategy they have adopted with brand Key is working very well for them.
  • Drafted by a committee chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt, it was adopted without dissent but with eight abstentions.

"acquire by" or "acquire in"?

  • It was acquired by Fonseca in 1978.
  • Weapons being acquired in America.
  • All these vessels were acquired from the Royal Navy.
  • The property is being acquired for A$29.
  • HSV is most commonly acquired through oral or genital contact.
  • Israel acquire with American assistance.
  • Date ActivitiesUnits Acquired at CostUnits Sold at Retail Mar.
  • We encourage beneficiaries of the British Council-Barclays Bank training programme to make use of the skills to be acquired during the period of training.
  • HMAS MORESBY was acquired on loan from the Royal Navy in 1925 for surveying duties.
  • Town Belt land can be compulsorily acquired under the Public Works Act for roading purposes.
  • Language proficiency can be quickly acquired after consolidating classes on Chinese language and culture.
  • Ugali is not a taste that is easily acquired as an adult:) Apparently adding dagaa as the relish makes it particularly heinous.
  • The land is a part of the 774 acres acquired before Independence by the then Government.
  • From time to time, it is quite possible to acquire over the one-time offer with regard to speech expertise, if a person truly does complete a translation offer obtain provider sort.
  • Any share so acquired shall be assigned and transferred to the trustees under the plan and held by them as shares acquired pursuant to the plan.
  • She therefore advised the participants to not only keep the knowledge they have acquired to themselves but strive to share it with all they came into contact with.

"assist in" or "assist with"?

  • Should be able to assist in corporate matters.
  • We also assist with visa for all countries.
  • So more dumbing-down to come (assisted by Offa).
  • F Nic Petan added three assists for Portland.
  • Nathan Lutz assisted on the tally.
  • Johnson went 5-of-5 the second half, 3-of-3 from three, scoring 13 points with four assists against one turnover.
  • Hill got his second goal of the game less than 11 minutes later, then added three assists as the Flyers beat the Blues 6-4.
  • Two of them have to assist at both ends of the pitch while the third links them.
  • In addition, Fort Worth received assists from Phil Fox, who had one.
  • There he averaged over 16 points, four rebounds and three assists per game, helping the Blaze make the NBL semi-finals.
  • With 4 assists through his first 5 games, Stone looked good on Saturday night.
  • Together will often assist to sluggish our fee in being ran.

attempt to, in, at, on or by?

  • Do not attempt to freestyle without adult supervision.
  • It has nt been attempted in earnest since.
  • You just attempt at solving it and see what happens.
  • I don't believe a blog full of limericks has ever been attempted on this webpage.
  • It could not be successfully attempted by all; but still there were those who might do it.
  • He is attempting for his 7 th victory on the course.
  • Unlike the Lemosho, Machame and Shira route, summit is attempted from the Kibo Hut, east of the Uhuru Peak.
  • Liverpool attempted over 700 passes at Carrow Road, and completed 90 per cent of them.
  • Alternatively, it is a 3 mile walk uphill, not to be attempted after dark.
  • A diplomatic solution was attempted before April 10 and again thereafter.
  • A reconstruction is attempted of the coarse features of weather conditions in northern Europe in the years preceding the famine.
  • This is what is being attempted through the Unified Field Theory.

"aim at" or "aim for"?

  • Not every L is aimed at the pro.
  • As a man, aim for at least 3000.
  • If you do that, your lawyer can report the claim to ICBC for you.
  • The French bank s aim in raising its 2002 forecasts and its dividend pay-out is to repel predators.
  • If we have more investment and continue to aim towards breaking even, we have more cash available for team investment.

attract to, by, in, towards or for?

  • I also identify as attracted to women.
  • The prince was present this attracted by the beach.
  • What you can imagine vividly and invite with feelings, you attract in your life.
  • More visitors will be attracted towards your business.
  • So involving the fantastic best online pokies playing golf and baseball, el born area can be an exhilarating attract for virtually any sports fan.
  • So craftsmen -smiths, joiners, shoemakers and others -were attracted from as far as London.
  • Eventually, you will reach the point when you gradually realize that money is attracted into your life in a subtle way.
  • It's a charm that attracts like a magnet and makes them stick like a glue.

answer to, in, by, for or with?

  • I answer to no one but the Lord.
  • They all answered in the affirmative.
  • But that question is already answered by Allah (swt).
  • I'll answer for everyone -- YES.
  • Jay Harrison answered with his goal at 8:20.
  • She has many questions to answer about her time as a lawyer.
  • Nah, he won't even really answer on this one.
  • Wiseman - Rotherham I think he may have some more questions to answer before then.
  • You can ask up to 4 questions of the user to answer after finishing the test.
  • When you question me as a media person I too answer as a media person.
  • So if nobody answer at the door, you may try to shout a few time is name.
  • Because, whole life they kept on expecting and hearing answers from Krishnamurti.
  • Provident Funding is the one suing us for Foreclosure Yes, we answered within the 28 days stating we wanted to save our home &; requested court mediation in the matter.
  • It is a straight forward issue that must be answered without shivering by the party hierarchy and her loyalists.

"admire by", "admire in" or "admire for"?

  • He is well respected and admired by the UN family.
  • Jamaican Chinese are greatly admired for being hardworking, diligent and courteous.
  • I find something new to admire in every hearing.
  • That is something I really admire about him.
  • Cascadia Records: Who do you admire as fellow up and coming talent in the scene? Eximinds: Wow, there's a lot.
  • I can admire from afar but I am really kind of scared when it comes to tattoos.
  • Back to the hotel, admiring on the way the old PORTUGUES FORT, the HOUSE OF WONDER and the PALACE OF THE PEOPLE.
  • I am looking forward to learning all I can about how to be a great teacher, the kind of teacher I admired at school and learned a great deal from.
  • Although her face and persona has been regarded as an icon for being the queen, much is to be admired of her personal self Elizabeth.
  • The admire with the sort of custom that has sustained Cheap Baseball Hats for all these ages has long been section of the way in which New Era can enterprise.

"achieve by" or "achieve in"?

  • These savings will be achieved by a $2.
  • SOA will never be achieved in one big-bang project.
  • This can be achieved through some awareness of.
  • All of this can be achieved with nothing but a hunting knife.
  • Victory was achieved at exactly 9.
  • What did u achieved for eight yrs as de gov.
  • Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.
  • What goals do you need to achieve on the road towards your destination.
  • It will include actual sale prices achieved from January 2010 to September this year.
  • Now, set a goal for what you would like to achieve over the next month.
  • BirdLife International welcomes this compromise that was achieved after very difficult discussions.
  • You want to have a long-term vision about what you are going to achieve as a real estate investor.
  • For me, it is absolutely essential to be aware of what tasks I have to achieve during the day.
  • This has to be achieved within a framework for national development.

"attend to" or "attend by"?

  • I have other business to attend to.
  • Foo camp is attended by geeks of all ilks.
  • There must be evidence they attended in person.
  • A few days later, I attended at the property.
  • More women than men attended for screening, representing 18.
  • Faustina described the apparition and attended with St.
  • Doctors attending on her said on Wednesday that she was out of danger.
  • Rapper-actor Common and former NFL star Terrell Owens attended as part of the sellout crowd of 19,060.
  • The stalls can be set up from 1pm with people attending from 2pm and we aim to finish by 5pm.

acknowledge by, in, as, for or at?

  • The wish was acknowledged by the President on 28 February.
  • I love recognizing places acknowledged in the book.
  • Rather, what was always wrong was finally acknowledged as such.
  • Acknowledged for contributions in popular books by Doug Comer, John S.
  • The winners are acknowledged at the closing Gala along with many other awards.
  • I gave you the last word, and it was a good one - which I acknowledged with a: -) Let's leave it at that.
  • It's a problem that team star and captain Thierry Henry acknowledged to Goal.
  • Occasionally we will publish papers or reports on this data and there may be a chance for exceptional interns to be listed as authors or acknowledged on research papers.
  • An application form that is forwarded to a law centre by post will be acknowledged within 14 days.
  • He acknowledged after the Seahawks game he's likely to hear boos and chants for backup Joe Webb if things don't go well on Sunday.
  • Deliver your client with a receipt of the fee you have acknowledged from him.
  • Unfortunately our concerns which are becoming more and more serious are not being acknowledged let alone addressed.
  • This type of therapy is highly acknowledged like a hair beauty revival because it makes your hair healthier, livelier and stronger.
  • And they even acknowledged via email, that they knew about what I was doing.

"arise from" or "arise in"?

  • X: No state arises from a single cause.
  • Other problems arise in the combat.
  • Morgan for certain liabilities arising out of J.
  • Conflicts arose as a result and the group had to split.
  • An emergency may arise at any time, e.
  • If tensions were to arise between Iran and Israel or the U.
  • Another question also arose during my reading.
  • No doubt, some new adventure will arise for me to share with everyone.
  • Superficial BCC most often arise on the trunk and limbs.
  • We've also got the option to raise others (as long as they relate to MMP, and not broader matters that could arise under any electoral system).
  • All that we are arises with our thoughts.
  • But, again the question arises about their education in Madrassahs.
  • This arose after the eFestivals founder was sent an anonymous letter.
  • Luke 22:24 Also a dispute arose among them as to which of them was considered to be greatest.
  • Man's problems arose because of civil society.
  • The second half of the precept is directed against vanity and conceit arising by way of the body.
  • This problem arises due to the clogging of arteries.
  • This commonality may arise through the sharing of profit or in some other manner but would generally involve more than mere transaction of purchase and sale between agent and principal.
  • Detail activities arise to the cost will be provided soon.
  • It is a huge dream arisen within the mind.

advise on, by, of, against or to?

  • I am seeking advise on the following 1.
  • In all matters he is advised by a Privy Council.
  • Listen to the advise of well wishers.
  • We advise against all but essential travel to this area.
  • It's not advised to kayak outside of.
  • Billtrust was advised in its latest.
  • Somehow at a certain brainstorm &; advise from senior &; my parents.
  • I would love some advise about my problem.
  • I have a friendly advise for Anthony.
  • They should also be advised as to the right of the parties to challenge particular jurors.
  • However we should be able to advise at the time of booking.
  • I trust my bank because I am given good advise upon request, an interesting loan upon need.

affect by, in, with, on or to?

  • Rain 3 matches affected by rain.
  • Younger children are also affected in the region.
  • It easily gets affected with the immediate environment.
  • The evidence of planetary affects on climate has been around for years.
  • One of our guides was also affected to some extent and I was told ' not to worry, as it will disappear within a few hours as you descend.

admit to, in, into, as or at?

  • I admit to an irrational bigotry.
  • Alamoudi admitted in his plea agreement with a U.
  • Nope, and your wife will not be admitted into the United States 8 months pregnant.
  • He was admitted as a partner of the firm in 1985.
  • She admitted at TIFF she has nothing lined up.
  • Cheung Shau-ting was the only one in her matriculation class not admitted by a university.
  • Work for God will not admit of trifling.
  • It says he was admitted on August 26.
  • A 58-year-old Korean man was admitted with a 2.
  • Allen wanted to be a bigger part of the offense, which he admitted during his introductory news conference in Miami.
  • A question without an asterisk is called unstarred and is admitted for written answers.
  • He was murdered before he could be admitted under the protection program to be able to testify in court.

act as, in, on, like or upon?

  • The disk acts as a tie breaker.
  • To act in the place of parents.
  • Not acting on that awareness is.
  • Please -- start acting like one.
  • But a building is acted upon by its occupants.
  • NUC has not acted with discretion.
  • Get up and act for positive change.
  • Police has powers to act against such deals.
  • Yet, it is essential to act according to the license agreement.
  • This photo is Obama acting at his best.
  • It acts by attracting and absorbing dust and dirt.
  • There seems little doubt that he acted from principle.
  • Why did he do it? Gabriele was acting out of love for the pope and his Church.
  • He had acted under very great provocation.
  • It is evil to act without regard for right.

"argue with" or "argue for"?

  • And he did try to argue with me.
  • Whether we'd argue for or against.
  • I'd not going to argue against it.
  • We can argue about whether thats true or not.
  • Rodowick argues in this book that:.
  • Keep arguing on that one is my advice.
  • As argued by the author, Indian immigrant women in the U.
  • Arguing from the left side perspective, this is seen as a good thing.
  • I'd not arguing over which one is a better phone.
  • I argued at the AGM if they can't be profitable within the restriction of treating.
  • All players argue to the ref for their advantage.

"arrive at" or "arrive in"?

  • We arrived at the centre at 11.
  • The bullocks arrived in London.
  • He had arrived on Second Earth.
  • His body was yet to arrive from Pindi.
  • Sure enough soon an email arrived with a mix.
  • CHOFU Arrived by train at Chofu camp.
  • Which he not arrived for that entire recreation.
  • I intended on arriving to the show by 6.
  • The first arrived after 32 minutes.
  • Karan, who arrived before his actors wasn't stopped.
  • Cargo leaves our office on Wednesdays and arrives within seven days.

"avoid by", "avoid at" or "avoid in"?

  • This should be avoided by any cost.
  • This should be avoided in any respect costs.
  • This should be avoided at any cost.
  • Sharp ends should be avoided for structural reasons.
  • FOBT should be avoided with one proviso.
  • X-rays X-rays should be avoided during pregnancy if possible.
  • And some, like Facebook, I avoid like the plague.
  • Grapefriut is definately a massive thing to avoid as the reaction with any long term meds is bad let alone immunosuppressants, (I'd Taking Prograf an azathiapine).
  • After these people serve the jail time they avoided due to rich daddy influence, then maybe we'll listen to what they have to say.
  • Most of them were sand-colored Land Cruisers to avoid from being noticed from the air.
  • Try to avoid including what you can't do; avoid phrases such as: ' I don't have any experience in.
  • The first thing which one must avoid on money matters is the ' fear factor '.
  • Avoid Over Revving: Change gear in good time when you pull away or when you are accelerating.
  • Also can primarily need through the transactions and privately steal to the infrastructure and distance of the companies, somehow however as these are avoided to the membership.
  • Still, some of the absurdities of localism will be avoided under the new act.
  • But they all ride on the footpath and there were many times were I had to avoid near collisions.
  • They plan to make the connection just west of the Queen &; Roncesvalles intersection in order to avoid of congestion of that intersection, but take advantages of the existing Queensway ROW.
  • While rotating the cropping adjusts automatically to avoid out of photo areas appearing.
  • However, many incidents can be easily avoided through following the installation and maintenance instructions provided by storage tank manufacturers.
  • By the 14th century, the incongruity was avoided via the concept of Limbo, the abode of righteous souls who weren't destined for either Heaven or Hell.

"assume by" or "assume for"?

  • The invalidity of the Act has also been assumed by Justices of this Court.
  • But let's assume for now that it is.
  • This isn't the lowly meaning assumed in everyday language.
  • One either accepts such a premise or not -- there is no argument in Genesis that this is the case, it is assumed from the opening phrases.
  • The male was very nasty, normal I assume with 2 males.
  • Assume about hiring a qualified when you are operating on house improvements.
  • It could be assumed as part of the drama of the ' axis of evil.
  • I assume like me you're a reasonably intelligent, independent and solvent human being in charge of his own affairs.
  • This article assumes to much and delivers too little.
  • Maryland Breast Reduction Scar Free Process By: Gary Musser One factor to assume before your surgery is the detailed consultation on your surgeon.
  • You may perhaps not assume of getting scary and glamorous at the very same time, but these couples costumes are just that and a great deal more.
  • Now, as we may assume within a person something proportional to the forms (of distant magnitudes ), so, too, we may doubtless assume also something else proportional to their distances.

accept by, in, as, for or into?

  • And accepted by most consumers/voters.
  • His designs were accepted in 1716.
  • It was just accepted as the way things are.
  • I was accepted for Incapacity Benifit.
  • Burchell was accepted into the seminary in 2006 at age 26.
  • Gary Johnson is far more accepting of gay rights than Obama.
  • Late bookings are accepted at the Director's discretion.
  • No papers are ' accepted on submission '.
  • Students must apply and be accepted to a specific Concurrent Education Program.
  • To be known and be accepted with respect from all; 2.
  • Applications for new gTLDs will be accepted from 12 January 2012 to 12 April 2012.
  • The mutawtir hadith are accepted without criticising their narrators.
  • Please do not make any travel arrangements before you have been accepted onto your project.
  • Most students are accepted through promising performance and portfolio requirements.
  • She graduated with departmental honors and was accepted to Harvard Law School, where she was accepted under the aegis of a minority outreach program.

"appreciate by", "appreciate for" or "appreciate in"?

  • Their beautiful works are appreciated by all.
  • Your expertise and assistance is much needed and appreciated in SA.
  • The very least we could do is support and appreciate for devoting their life.
  • And if someone seems to appreciate at that time, the woman craves it.
  • Handling official burdens and becoming all in all in families are to be appreciated as a wonder.
  • Neither can it be appreciated on a fully loaded stomach as well.
  • For example, assume the value of the euro appreciates to $1.
  • We knew nothing about investing in gold and thought we were investing in gold that would appreciate with the gold rise.
  • If there is something I would appreciate from Drake's Flames ' reviews it would be more pictures.
  • Success is one of the key elements that most stakeholders appreciate within their businesses.
  • There was a lot for his lovers to appreciate against Murray, who after originally harmful to strike Federer off judge with some intense golf finished up under the Europe maestro's magic.
  • This video is widely circulated, liked, and appreciated because of the rich content of Somali wisdom.
  • Learning the skills of carrying out personal and household chores are an achievement often appreciated during the early years.
  • Most of my leaguemates see the real me, and appreciate instead of gawking.
  • If it still continue appreciate like crazy, it may burst.
  • Although this might not be the best looking Green Pig Pancake as compared to store bought but it was indeed something that my boy appreciate of.
  • His prowess as a subsistence gardener was appreciated over the years by colleagues who benefited from the fruit and vegetables he produced.
  • To make money on this investment, the investor will have to sell back the euros when their value appreciates relative to the U.

"apply to" or "apply for"?

  • The same fees apply to renewals.
  • Step 8 Apply for numerous jobs.
  • You should apply in these formats.
  • Compress can also be applied by a trained professional.
  • This principle applies at every stage of our lives.
  • Soil Science can I apply on the seat of M.
  • The same applies with Vishal Singh.

"appear in" or "appear on"?

  • These flecks appear in both images.
  • His column appears on Thursdays.
  • It appears to have done the trick.
  • Jesus therefore appears at the center of the throne.
  • But more often, Xe appears as a friend.
  • Sivanesan would appear before the tribunal.
  • But they did not appear for the meeting.
  • It appears from the Memoirs of F.
  • However, these days bridegroom, appears with western dress.
  • The cards appear like another bank card.
  • Totalitarian art did not appear out of a vacuum.

allow for, in, to, by or into?

  • That allows for A+B networking.
  • HATERS are not allowed in this world.
  • No set-off allowed to trustee 24.
  • It is a privilege allowed by God.
  • Females might not be allowed into the monastery at all.
  • Pets: Pets are allowed on request.
  • Flash photography is not allowed at this site.
  • It is further evident, that no fresh land can be taken into cultivation till rents have risen, or would allow of a rise upon what is already cultivated.
  • FDI in automobile manufacturing is allowed under the automatic approval route.
  • Borders and padding are not allowed with a page-reference-area.

add to, in, up, on or as?

  • Add to that famine and drought.
  • You'll add in all of the hosts.
  • The items add up to well over 100.
  • Added on February 14, 2007, 8:51 pm To save cost.
  • Embiid is the only add as of now.
  • For shipping internationally $10 will be added at checkout.
  • Bold emphasis added by Editor of.
  • A few more to add for Pune - 1.
  • Add into the mix religion and you know the mix is toxic.
  • Image Mix** Choose one of 27 different frames to add onto the canvas.
  • Matching shredded tissue paper is added with sparkling confetti.

"ask for" or "ask about"?

  • Ask for information in writing.
  • And don't ask about my age, im 15.
  • We have been asked by Mr Morrison to.
  • I have asked in the past and he never responds.
  • If he asks of Me, I give to him.
  • For directions to Cecina, ask at the tourist office.
  • That's all anyone could ask from a critic.
  • Again, we may ask on what basis they make the judgement.
  • He says he was asked to reenlist.
  • Karma Yoga? I asked with surprise.

agree with, to, on, upon or in?

  • So, no, I don't agree with you.
  • Free fax I agree to this article.
  • Totally agree on the fine line.
  • Much of its points have been agree upon.
  • Thank you -- I agree in Action.
  • I can only agree about the timescales.
  • The renewal shall be agreed by a two-thirds majority of the Board.