Prepositions after "abide"

abide by, in, with, to or on?

In 78% of cases "abide by" is used

We also abide by what the referee did.

He must at all times abide by the law.

If you abide by these guidelines, you will book.

Bloggers are responsible for abiding by the laws of the lands that their data enters.

Therefore you are placed on your honor to abide by the terms of this license agreement.

You must abide by all additional copyright notices or other restrictions contained in any of the content on the Site.

If guys want to be rugby league players - they need to accept that they have to abide by any rules laid down for them.

Pretend for a moment that pro baseball umpires abide by the tenets of politically correct liberalism in all its facets.

Despite such obstacles, as Susskind had pointed out, citizens are required to abide by the law in their everyday lives.

In 13% of cases "abide in" is used

abide in me Jesus says, be rooted in me.

Whoever abides in me and I in him, he it is that bears much fruit.

He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me, and I in him.

Let us claim this heritage, for we are heir to it, and it is our birthright? seemingly live in this world, but really abide in that great Being.

Spiritual is a word much bandied about, but surely it means one who dwells in the Holy Spirit, doing as Christ instructed: ' abide in me ' (John 15:4).

One Who Imbibes the Dhamma is Happy He who imbibes the Dhamma abides in happiness with mind pacified; the wise man ever delights in the Dhamma revealed by the Noble Ones.

In 4% of cases "abide with" is used

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.

In 3% of cases "abide to" is used

First off, Abiding to protocol.

The law should always be abided to.

There are also rules and regulations that one must abide to in this game.

Submitted Material Must abide to Copyright Law If you submit anything, please write it yourself.

Head coverings are made available outside every entrance, and abiding to such customs is encouraged.

And promptly threatened to fire the lawyers without pay because the lawyers wanted to fight it out and cause dissent instead of abiding to what the couple had decided.

In 1% of cases "abide on" is used

We don't live in a ' world without truth ' we simply abide on an island of lies of our own construction.