Prepositions after "fare"

fare in, against, to, as or on?

In 41% of cases "fare in" is used

In a poll of 370 gender experts on how well women fared in G20 countries (g20women.

Additionally, ask yourself how equities and real estate will fare in an inflationary crisis or a currency catastrophe.

Though grades obtained in an academic exam are rarely a pointer to how a person would fare in the real world, Geetika has been an achiever even before she kicked off her career.

The New Zealand team also will be without their ace spinner Dan Vettori and it will be interesting to see how this inexperienced team will fare in the tough subcontinent conditions.

In 12% of cases "fare against" is used

And to see how our spinners fare against a top 5 side.

This paper examines how the Reform Pilot, now operating in five counties, has fared against these universal measures.

Faring against a strong Indian batting line-up, D S de Silva and Tony Opatha sealed the deal for Sri Lanka by taking 3 wickets each.

See how it fared against rivals such as Pantaloons, Westside and Shoppers Stop In our 10-city survey, we surveyed 12 major department stores, to reveal surprising results.

In 8% of cases "fare to" is used

fare to Glan, Sarangani is around PHP 85.

We need to get the word out there for it to stop it's not fare to the one that know how to play the game.

However, it will not book cross-border tickets to Butterworth or Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, or the combined train+ferry fares to Ko Samui, or the combined train+bus fares to Phuket or Krabi.

In 5% of cases "fare as" is used

It's unclear why grads from top schools might not fare as well as others over the long haul, but one possibility is that the B-school world has changed.

In 5% of cases "fare on" is used

That said, some students from Group B told me they were worried about how they would fare on the course.

In 3% of cases "fare during" is used

The Buddha talked to all the bhikkhus and enquired how they fared during the vassa.

How's that for a depressing mouthful? It wouldn't hurt to take a look at how some other countries are faring during this downturn.

In 3% of cases "fare without" is used

They then watched how the organism fared without it.

In 2% of cases "fare about" is used

But students with a GED fared about the same: after six years, 66 percent had not earned a degree or certificate.

In 2% of cases "fare according" is used

Let us see how the frequentist interpretations fare according to our criteria of adequacy.

In 2% of cases "fare among" is used

How does it fare among golfers? Well if properly looked after; it can be good to play on.

In 2% of cases "fare at" is used

How has Nigeria fared at 52? If you talk in terms of education, Nigeria has advanced.

In 2% of cases "fare for" is used

fare for normal single jorney is HKD$36.

In 2% of cases "fare from" is used

Tell me, what is left to gloat about? Mattie, to tell the truth I don't even know how well the country is faring from tourism.

In 2% of cases "fare through" is used

Here's a look at how three three point guards have fared through the first month of the season: Nimrod Tishman 5 games, 0 starts 1.