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Prepositions after "fly"

Is it usefull? (4.5 / 2 votes)

In 22% of cases fly to is used

A few days later Hess flew to England.

I would fly to Africa and take a safari.

First, I flew to Minneapolis on Monday morning.

Flying to the Moon can certainly be more efficient in a Rocket than flapping our arms.

We flew to Cairns and travelled north from there to Port Douglas and the Daintree River.

They will then fly to Indonesia and play against local team Persebaya Surabaya on July 23.

I'd flying to CC on Monday to take a look around, but accept I won't work out how it's like to live there in one day.

Then, a couple of weeks before I fly to Italy, I get the special sheet from Guinness that says one minute and 32 seconds.

Rupert Murdoch (Pic: Getty Images) DESPERATE Rupert Murdoch yesterday flew to London to try to save his -crumbling empire.

In 14% of cases fly in is used

But I wouldn't fly in one I'd designed myself.

The kite is flying in 14+ mph of apparent wind.

He gazes at the sky and finds bikes flying in mid-air.

Dean's silver hair flying in wisps off the top of his head and his chapped lips smirking.

The kite is flying in about 24+ mph of apparent wind and pulling to the side pretty hard.

Flying in hot air baloon over the Serenghetti national park was the highlight of our safari.

We started off a little slow but we hung together and came out flying in the second half to come out with a big win.

Later, a prototype Buran that had not actually flown in space was exhibited to the public in Sydney for a few months.

The first one flew in 1852, made by French inventor Henri Giffard, but German firm Zeppelin became synonymous with them.

All are scrumptious as fresh ingredients are flown in everyday from different places to ensure the quality of the dishes.

In 10% of cases fly into is used

How about flying into Wellington.

Flying into Sydney and planning 4-5 days there.

Check out which airlines fly into these smaller airports.

You may be able to a get a much better deal flying into the less well-known airport.

Tell your travel agent that you will be flying into the Orlando International Airport.

Credit: SOHO (ESA &; NASA) On the evening of Tuesday, July 5, a comet flew into the sun.

From what the weather guys are saying you all might be lucky if it is just leaves flying into the neighbors place.

If we had a patient who flew into a rage attack, as many psychotics did, we'd find the ' punishment ' system firing.

What airport do I need to fly to? You will need to fly into Nairobi and take a connecting flight to the local airport.

The pictures are obviously not taken from the exact same position, as they are taken while flying into Dar es Salaam.

In 6% of cases fly from is used

Green flags flew from every household.

You're on a plane, flying from Vancouver, B.

A few days ago I flew from Spain to Nova Scotia.

At different times of the year it flies from Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Ranthambhore.

I respected Flew from my first encounter with him, and this book has increased my respect.

In 2003, Tony Blair was flying from Washington to Tokyo when David Kelly's death was revealed.

Ferdinand was not at the hearing as he was flying from Heathrow with the QPR squad for a pre-season tour of the Far East.

Ours is made of a piece of bright coloured yarn flying from a small mast strapped with tie-wraps to the buggys headstock.

Daniel Day-Lewis flew from Ireland to screen test with her, and when they met for the first time they were both in full costume.

I honestly don't know how they could change anything and make fireworks fly from people's A $$es if they don't like Microsoft anyway.

In 5% of cases fly with is used

I only have to fly with them two.

Sorry friend, that crap doesn't fly with me.

Anything to the contrary will not fly with the people.

If you are planning to fly with gifts, be sure that you do not wrap them before flight.

This, among many other reasons, is why quite a few people like to fly with British Airways.

Day 1 -- Getting to Siem Reap We flew with Silk Air thanks to a pretty cheap deal from Deal.

I wonder if Caribbean Airlines has given any of them employment? Mattie, I would do anything to fly with those pilots.

I smiled at him politely, and cursed him viciously under my breath (of course!) Flying with BA has always been so lovely.

I don't like flying with them and I'll check any other place first but if they're the cheapest by a fair margin then I will.

World War II hero Lance Robson last flew in one of the seaplanes in 1945 as a member of the, flying with 190 and 210 squadrons.

In 4% of cases fly by is used

Fly by the rules or do not fly.

This semester has flown by and now.

I'd not sure why the time feels like it's flown by.

Sun everyday, it's great! This semester has flown by.

The time flew by so quickly, before I knew it, it was over.

The WA-118 gyrocopter was flown by its owner Wing Commander K.

He was sent flying by the impact and his pals raced to his aid.

Baucus has admitted that Congress is flying by the seat of its pants.

Time flies by and before we know it we are heading back to the hotel at 2.

I have two teenage daughters flying by themselves from abroad in a couple of days.

In 4% of cases fly on is used

Polls are bottle flies on my monitor.

When planning your trip, try to fly on weekdays.

Red flags are flying on the moor away to the south.

Soon the Palestinian flag will fly on the walls, the minarets and the cathedrals of Jerusalem.

When it got there, they were so happy that they sent me a real flag, which flew on a base there.

To create these delicately sweet wines that are in fact so light, they almost fly on your palate.

The Likud government of Yitzhak Shamir authorized a special permit for the Israeli airline, El Al, to fly on the Jewish Sabbath.

Anonymous I fly once a month and take my own water bottle (empty before sec check) -- I'd rather spend $3 on something I can chew.

I miss Concorde, so I'd fly on it to London for a West End play, then back for dinner with friends at Elio's on the Upper East Side.

Lounge Access Lounge access will be offered at the departure airport, wherever available, when flying on Jet Airways or JetKonnect.

In 4% of cases fly out is used

Now imagine unicorns flying out of Carmelo Anthony ' s ears.

What happens when you try to fly out of Jamaica and you have a.

Before the squad flew out of the West Indies, the captain Daren Ganga.

They spent two idyllic weeks in Phuket and were due to fly out of Bangkok last Thursday.

All Americans were flown out of Benghazi, and haven't appeared anywhere that I'd aware.

We went to Australia, flying out of Heathrow on - you're ahead of me - September 11, 2001.

I took one bite of mine and the whole piece of okra flew out of its perfect corneal crust and landed plop-on-my-plate.

Unfortunately there are apparently two airports that one can fly out of and our itinerary did not say which one was the correct airport.

The trip would involve flying out of Buenos Aires and heading to Cuzco, Peru, which used to be the capital city of the Inca civilization.

The rockets flying out of Gaza don't do anything positive for Gazans, they bring the might of the IDF down onto Gaza killing and maiming everywhere.

In 4% of cases fly over is used

You're flying over the Pacific Ocean.

This is why the storks fly over the land.

Flying over Kilimanjaro was awsome too.

Someone columnistized a copter to fly over affectednessclip.

Rainbow Dash is flying over Rockefeller Center in New York, USA.

What about airplane flight? Would you be allowed to fly over the US.

Frightening ammunition had been flying over the ancient city from 2 a.

I found them extraordinary and I started thinking about getting them flying over Paris.

But the next morning he was able to text the helicopter crewman, when they flew over him.

Lindbergh flew over the Atlantic, the opening of Disneyland or news from the fronts during World War I and World War II.

In 3% of cases fly at is used

Flags on land fly at half-staff.

Those flown at or beyond it may.

Flags on ships, which traditionally had masts, fly at half-mast.

In the clear and moonlit sky, flying at low level (300 feet) and at 150 mph we were soon hit.

They copped plenty of flak for losing to Argentina and when that happens we know they will come flying at us.

The helicopter is flying at 110 knots at a height of approximately 440 feet, reducing as it rolls into the turns.

An upside down American flag flying at a McDonald's restaurant the day after the election had generated a lot of attention.

When the flag is flown at half-staff, it should be pulled to the top for a moment, and then lowered to the half-staff position.

The plane was flying at a relatively slow speed with its landing gear still deployed and escorted by two Chinese J-11 fighters.

According to reports on eye injuries, the things to watch out most for are foreign bodies or debris which flies at a high speed.

In 3% of cases fly through is used

So many things flew through my head.

He'd fly through the air with the greatest of ease.

Many trees were down by the heavy rains and roofs flew through the air.

Be aware of any visa that you may need if you are flying through multiple countries.

They painted the picture of us all on board of one ship, flying through the universe.

Flying through Atlanta isn't fun but it's tolerable -- once past there it's only an hour to NOLA.

And those buys of A$'s led to more buying, and before you could skip to my Lou, the A$ was flying through the $1.

You can imagine how awesome it feels to disappear and then fly through the air to destroy a Buzzard craft with your sword.

I certainly feel a lot safer knowing that my child is not likely to fly through the windscreen in the event of an accident.

Trust me when I say planning ahead isn't always the best option, I've been flying through this novel and I didn't prepare a thing.

In 2% of cases fly for is used

Flying for 17hours with the ensuing jet lag etc.

The grease makes the fingers fly for the fat controller.

Seola So then airlines fly for free these days? Good to know.

The larger Israeli-manufactured Heron is 26ft long and can fly for 52 hours at 35,000ft.

The flag was adopted in 1914 but flown for the first time only at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp, Belgium.

Circle pits broke out and limbs flew for the boisterous? Football Season Is Over? until a silence befell the stage.

You get the Raccoon Leaf, you carry and kick your first shell, and you're given a big open space to fly for the first time.

This naturally needs good visibility,? says David Lead, the British pilot at Jaipur for Sky Waltz, who has been flying for the last 28 years.

We knew for example how much energy was required for a racing pigeon to fly for an hour, and how far the racing pigeon had to fly the following week.

According to the UK's Ministry of Defense, Britain's five drones were flown for 39,628 hours and fired 334 laser-guided missiles and bombs at suspected insurgents.

In 2% of cases fly under is used

And indeed a lot of water has flown under the bridge.

So to get their jobs done, they have to fly under the radar.

Lincoln Beachy was the first person to fly under a Niagara Falls bridge.

But you do spend most of your time being a moby here, just flying under the radar though.

Q: Up until now, you've flown under the radar a bit, but this will obviously change things.

If i wasn't a junkie searching for her dose of unusual dramas, it would have flown under my radar.

McClane competes every game and certainly flew under the radar of most scouts and coaches recruiting for new talent.

It was a promotional tag from Air Jamaica, which, as you might know, now flies under the Caribbean Airline umbrella.

For 2008 it would be too hard to hold back the seachange vote for Obama, but state and local elections would fly under the radar.

BertS: My guess is that with Magnequench it probably flew under the radar I doubt it -- there was a big stink about Magnequench.

In 2% of cases fly around is used

That you fly around the world isn't mentioned.

Self centered American kids are flying around the world to change it.

Visitors will see many different kinds of butterflies flying around the arboretum.

Another simulation in the Quran is that such assembly or gathering will be like the moths flying around the lamp.

Thorax A butterfly's thorax is a powerhouse that has everything a butterfly needs to move and fly around it's environment.

What is the Obama administration up to with the banks? That's been the question flying around the Web the last two days.

Their operations on the ground have little more to show than lots of Invisible Children land rovers flying around everywhere.

He then personally went to each GM meeting room and tore down the notices, triggering a story that flew around the organisation.

Like many of you, I had no idea who this guy was until the rumours started flying around twitter that we'd signed a French striker.

I fly around Europe a fair deal to business meetings and it would seriously mess up my work life if I was not able to read anything on a trip.

In 2% of cases fly across is used

It was night and the moon was full as he flew across the seas.

He dreamed of being able to fly across the white fields of snow.

And not only snow -- there were people flying across the snow.

I had always fancied flying across the Atlantic, so that settled it, the deal was done.

As the customer stood up, he sent the bottle flying across the club, before it smashed on the floor.

No, it didn't fly across the waters, but just by continuing to move, it would eventually cross the globe.

Then Elin Manahan Thomas performs Handel's Enternal Source of Light Divine as six Paralympians on harnesses fly across the stadium.

But what about the people who fly across the Atlantic from Africa? In my experience interacting with the Yoruba population in the U.

Then I experienced Lego pieces flying across the room, and marbles, and the extraordinary thing was, when you picked them up they were hot.

When the Rules of Engagement will not allow a bomb to be dropped, the Tornados of the RAF will fly across the Taliban position in an attempt to frighten the insurgents away.

In 2% of cases fly off is used

Stop flying off the handle people.

Is it keep the sand and flies off the womens faces.

Little bike screams, flies off footpath, straight into back of parked.

He hit two sacrifice flies off Milwaukee ace Yovani Gallardo on Saturday and is hitting.

Does it mean you should just give up every time she flies off the handle and is being stubborn? No.

We get to Sinharaja only to be told that the chick had flown off the previous night and the nest was over.

In their most artful moments, good parents allow their children to see they are upset, but they do not fly off the handle.

But the shock arrival in one Nexus 7's hands shows that Google may in fact have some 32GB versions ready to fly off the shelves.

Before everyone gets offended and flies off the deep end, the words are only being removed from questions on the standardized test.

There is also an asymmetric kite that flies off the small bowsprit and you can take that from maybe 80 through to about 160 degrees.

In 1% of cases fly above is used

But if you would rather fly above water; then hang gliding's for you.

You have to knuckle down at some things, become the expert, fly above the common herd, and excel.

Nicolson engaged a Me 110 but he was unaware that Me 109 fighters were flying above the 110? s.

At least one coach flew above the roof of another ahead of it and was dangling precariously, television footage showed.

After so many years, returning to a village which had barely changed and looking at the Israeli flag proudly flying above the city hall was very, very moving.

In 1% of cases fly up is used

When you reach the top, enter the green beam to fly up to the ship above.

So she flew up to the highest peg of all, and perched there, and peeped up through the chimney.

Fairies, Arrietty supposed, just flew up to them with raised chins and neatly pointed toes, trailing a wisp of gauze.

The group flew up the hill -- well all bar me -- and in no time we were back on the fire trail and heading for the cars.

The Reverend Roly Scott is a baptist minister and had flown up to Auckland from Dunedin to officiate at a wedding that weekend.

The majority of airlines will let you fly up to and including the 36th week of pregnancy, or the 32nd week if you're got more than one on the way.

About 20 percent are Americans who drove or flew up to Winnipeg to help out after learning about the Assembly through the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Web site.

In 1% of cases fly towards is used

I slip, shoot, and watch my arrow fly towards the buck.

Everyone else moved out of the way which caused Hawkeye to trip over Margaret sending them both flying towards the still.

The driver accelerated when he saw the object flying towards him and the grenade exploded under the wheel of the next car.

They would fly towards the ship, then back out to sea, then fly together in tandem then make a sharp right, away from the ship and disappear into the night.

Every runway has at least a navigational aid and if the correct radio frequency is tuned and selected on, the plane will fly towards the beacon and find the runway at the airport.

When one stork is standing in the nest and another one flies towards it, they start the ritual of gestures with their heads, necks and wings, accompanied by long, loud clattering of beaks.

In 1% of cases fly past is used

I flew past Williams during the 4th k and set my goal on bringing Piggin in.

My train of thought was derailed by a bright yellow flash as a large object flew past the window.

In 1% of cases fly like is used

Number 11: Time flies like an arrow.

I'd like to be able to fly like that without the glider.

Like we say, ' Train like you fly, and fly like you train.

Accusations and counter-accusations are flying like the bullets that night.

When it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, flies like a duck, quacks like a duck, waddlies like a duck, swims like a duck, dives like a duck, fishes like a duck, and paddles like a duck.

In 1% of cases fly against is used

From a launching point west of the Tokchok Islands strikes were flown against transport facilities and warehouses along the line **25;665;TOOLONG in Area E.

On the 4th further strikes were flown against the enemy in the Chinju area, and with evening the Sicily group steamed into the Yellow Sea and headed northward.

On the 18th and 19th, therefore, strikes were flown against railroad facilities, industrial plants, and airfields from Pyonggang and Wonsan north through Hungnam and Hamhung.

His signature would fly against everything that Jets manager Gary van Egmond is purportedly putting together: a young squad, full of mobility, that like to move it around and keep it down.

On the 12th and 13th strikes designed to seal off the objective area were flown against ground installations and lines of communication in Area O, while the jets swept airfields to the northward.

In 1% of cases fly as is used

On May 2nd, he flew as an observer on a raid on Rangoon.

It sent all his papers flying as well as the contents of her purse.

During tests, the drones are flown as a unit and allocated multiple tasks from the ground.

Unlike other pseudo-reviewers, I've actually read Flew's There is a God (and interviewed Flew as well).

And just because I fly as a passenger on commercial aircraft, my thoughts on takeoff and landing procedures mean nothing.

Comments Written by icarus I have always had a dream of flying as a young boy; the trick is to fly just high enough for it to matter and yet not so high that you get burned by the sun.

In 1% of cases fly between is used

He said their inspiration came from having to fly between a lot of jobs throughout the region and country.

Over dinner and photos of planes, Hoover admitted he'd had 20 crashes, including one where he clipped off the wings flying between two trees.

The long-haul Dreamliner is part of that strategy: JAL is opening potentially lucrative new routes such as the one it already flies between Tokyo and Boston.

In 1% of cases fly before is used

Hasn't Kilimanjaro been flown before? Yes.

SAFETY -- lastly, if it's not an airline we've flown before or a plane model we're unfamiliar with, we'll look up the safety record of that plane and airline.