identify with, by, in, as or for?

  • I identified with the underdog.
  • Problem was identified by DD and given to MSD.
  • The true creditor must be identified in POC.
  • Smoking has been identified as a risk.

"ignore by" or "ignore in"?

  • It is ignored by voice of desire.
  • It is often ignored in seo projects.
  • Drug addiction is a social problem which has been ignored for far too long.
  • The problems of creating a monetary union without fiscal union were ignored at the founding of the eurozone.

illuminate by, with, at, for or in?

  • Although only a small part of the Moon may be illuminated by the Sun.
  • As you do this, your Spirit become illuminated with The Light of the Gospel.
  • Both the lighthouse and the buoy were illuminated at night.
  • Hope you manage to overcome this, latest, health challenge and continue to challenge, educate and illuminate for another 18 years.

"illustrate by" or "illustrate in"?

  • Illustrated by Andrew Stephens.
  • This is illustrated in the next figure.
  • The stunning model is my friend Caitlin - who is now illustrating for Rookie.
  • It just illustrates to me the cultural power of mega-city London.

"imagine for", "imagine by" or "imagine in"?

  • Imagine for a moment how much mutual trust this requires.
  • Just imagine in heaven with all these people.
  • DannyGane IMAGINE by John Lennon.
  • Its function might be distilled down to far less mathematics than would be imagined from its complexity.

imbue with, in, by or onto?

  • They've been too imbued with the new values.
  • Cold intellect almost does not exist: most of our so-called logic thinking is imbued by our feelings, therefore so does our intuition.

immigrate to, from, in, with or into?

  • His parents immigrated to America from India.
  • The European felt instinctively that the Jew is a stranger, who immigrated from Asia.
  • Other immigrant-receiving countries are also popular destinations for those wishing to immigrate in any way possible.
  • When I immigrated into the US I was required to sign an affidavit that said in effect I would not be a public charge i.

impair by, for, in, because or throughout?

  • Sorry to hear that your judgement has been so seriously impaired by your sourness.
  • He was not just temporarily impaired for one or two lectures, as I had hoped.
  • The issue of usability has been founded on the context that there are a lot of people who are disabled or impaired in some way.
  • Navigation menus, Text zoom, Hi-Contrast View, Quick Search, Random Imagery) will be impaired because of this.

"impart to", "impart in" or "impart by"?

  • This predictability is, in turn, imparted to the non-oil economy.
  • The contribution imparted by this sector is a little bit worth to be maintained.
  • Clinical legal education is imparted in two ways: live-client model and simulated.
  • In short, Europe has a lot of knowledge to impart at a time when Asia is keen to learn.

"impeach by" or "impeach for"?

  • Judges may be impeached by the house of representatives.
  • He was impeached for the cover-up.

"impinge on" or "impinge upon"?

  • Only colour can impinge on the eyesense, not the other rupas arising together with it in a group.
  • It impinges upon ones right to choose what they wish to wear, but not their freedom of religion.
  • There is far almost a energy off to the care who laughs out limited years, which cass back impinges over the pony of the size.

"implement in" or "implement by"?

  • Be implemented in the best possible manner.
  • On Linux, the SMB protocol is implemented by Samba.
  • A sustainability literacy requirement was recently implemented for all students.
  • Self love is an act of divine correction and can be implemented at anytime.

"imply by" or "imply in"?

  • A lot lower than implied by the GDP data.
  • It was certainly implied in his two articles.
  • He is not wrong to say this is a depression, but he has not a clue what that implies for economic policy.
  • I didn't mean to imply to those reading that your position had been that Savile was not a Catholic, and to leave that interpretation open was a failure of mine.

"import from" or "import into"?

  • In short, one quarter of the goods imported from the U.
  • Or first time mac users with lots of cds to import into Itunes.
  • PointsImport for AutoCAD is the best solution for this.
  • He had his coal imported by sea.

"impose on" or "impose by"?

  • It was never imposed on Britain.
  • Safety doesn't need to be imposed by governments.
  • We just used the isolation that we imposed upon ourselves.
  • RA 1: If PAS-led Pakatan wins, hudud will be imposed in Malaysia.

"impress with" or "impress by"?

  • I'd seriously impressed with him.
  • I am quite impressed by the speed.
  • When I was very young my dad tried to impress upon my why it's not a good thing to tell a lie.
  • He has impressed at the Euro 2012.

"imprison for" or "imprison in"?

  • He was imprisoned for debt in 1824 in the Marshalsea Debtor's Prison.
  • A young warrior imprisoned in light Chernoy Citadel, where he was.
  • I felt imprisoned by the baby gates that barricaded me on the main floor.
  • I was imprisoned on false charges.

"improve on" or "improve in"?

  • However we need to improve on our defending.
  • I strive to improve in all aspects of my life.
  • Things better have improved by then.
  • But most things improve with the trying.

impute to, against, before, by or into?

  • The change may be imputed to mere fickleness and levity.
  • For Christ obtained the remission of sins, before he obtained adoption, before in the order of nature: and righteousness is imputed before sonship.
  • I have also not used my office to amass wealth as imputed by the publication.
  • Roberts couldn't meet the standard he imputed on himself, that he is like a baseball umpire calling balls and strikes.

"inaugurate in" or "inaugurate by"?

  • This first museum venue was inaugurated in 1905 by the King of Italy.
  • MEATF 2012 will be officially inaugurated by the EAC Secretary General, Dr.
  • When Quezon was inaugurated on Nov.
  • Barack Obama was inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States and became the first African American President.

"incarcerate for" or "incarcerate in"?

  • He was incarcerated for four years.
  • I don't mean those incarcerated in detention, nor those processed.
  • I refer to those who have lost their homeland, and are incarcerated at alarming rates within Australia.
  • During the days of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto when Khan Ghaffar Khan was incarcerated by him, he dubbed Bhutto the worst dictator.

include in, on, for, with or as?

  • Governments, including in the U.
  • It must be included on marine charts.
  • Carter is included for obvious reasons.
  • Use the Help that is included with that product.

"incorporate into" or "incorporate in"?

  • Text is incorporated into the Bound Volume.
  • Homewood was incorporated in 1893.
  • PS Platform or provided to you and (ii) incorporated by reference into these.
  • Acts should also be incorporated as a guideline of the organization's standards.

"increase in" or "increase by"?

  • Gold is not increasing in price.
  • Digital revenue increased by 3.
  • This figure will increase to 8.
  • In 2001, the fee was increased from 9.

"inculcate in" or "inculcate into"?

  • The habit of waking up early should be inculcated in the child.
  • As briefly expressed above there is a deeper lying duty in a community that can only be inculcated by a mechanism that fits the needs of the society.
  • So, I thought I was going to be inculcated with lovely women.
  • Will you convert the majority in one afternoon? Of course not; these stereotypes have been inculcated over decades.

"incur by" or "incur in"?

  • He also said that the government will compensate loses incurred by the JWTZ.
  • Losses incurred in the process.
  • Treatment incurred as a result of or arising.
  • Web Hosting Account The cost incurred for the web hosting package is a long term investment for the website.

"indicate in" or "indicate by"?

  • Note: This could be indicated in any feasible way, e.
  • Time indicated by a preceding particle.
  • Overall this indicates to are the fact that air tools are an.
  • Find logs are indicated on the cache page with a smiley face.

indict by, for, in, on or upon?

  • Six local leaders of these gangs have been indicted by the International Criminal Court.
  • Today the book seems moderate, but it so stirred Britain that he was indicted for treason.
  • What we want is a prosecution of all those indicted in the report.
  • Polanski was initially indicted on six felony counts and faced up to life in prison.

induce by, in, with, out or after?

  • Imagination are mental pictures induced by thoughts.
  • The discipline he has induced in governance is of paramount value to getting maximum performance.
  • With strong contractions and induced with pitocin I was in terrible pain yet I waited patiently for my baby boy to come.
  • Banner advertising activity induces out of the common product placement, expanding market share.

induct into, in, as, to or before?

  • She was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame in 2010.
  • Millar, 65, was inducted in the Individual Builder category.
  • FRANCE Inducted as a Member of the Lgion d'Honneur by President Chirac of France in May, 2004.
  • As many philosophical, spiritual and religious terms of Bhudhism and even Hinduism did not exist, they were inducted from Pali &; Sanskrit into Turkish.

infect with, by, in, as or during?

  • Over 12 per cent MSM are infected with HIV.
  • Our country is infected by spread by uncultured, uneducated rascals today.
  • They said i was probably infected in 1996.
  • On the simple shut-downa, most dream everything check clubs are quickly infected as a growth for all consultant in the feature.

infer from, by, about, as or for?

  • Our size and dexterity can be inferred from their scale.
  • Such information CAN NOT be inferred by architectural intelligence or experience.
  • This is entirely different from 40 years ago when the country's leader declared Cuba to be an atheist nation, and Christmas was inferring with the country's festival for sugar harvest.

"infest with" or "infest by"?

  • My life is infested with Yetis.
  • I believe you were infested by malware/spyware).

"inflict on" or "inflict by"?

  • All the injuries were inflicted on the left side of the body.
  • It was a double-blow inflicted by Mugabe's allies.
  • They are inflicted upon us and we resent them.
  • All adult floggings must be inflicted in the prison at New Providence.

influence by, in, on, at or from?

  • He was profoundly influenced by him.
  • They live in islands of affluence and influence in seas of effluence.
  • We're influenced on conscious and sub-conscious levels.
  • However, it's the other co-founder, Ruge, who has the most influence at THT.

"inform of", "inform about" or "inform by"?

  • Lo! Allah is Informed of what ye do.
  • Muslim who was informed by Sa'id b.
  • You will inform about everything I do.
  • Ryan was actually informed on Tuesday night, not Wednesday.

"infringe on" or "infringe upon"?

  • Authorities infringed on citizens ' privacy rights.
  • Culture seems to be the problem here, people are so caught up in it that it infringes upon their God-given rights.
  • All patents but D ' 087 and D ' 889 were proven to be willfully infringed by Samsung.
  • In your view, people should be able to help others infringe without liability.

"infuse with" or "infuse into"?

  • It's fresh, it's diverse, it's infused with both tradition and progression.
  • Louie Tabing has continued his contributions with the same passion infused into Tambuli.
  • Snakes, including cobras, are placed in rice wine, sometimes with smaller snakes and/or black scorpions and left to infuse for months.
  • The rest of the night is a blur infused by champagne and high fives and I'd feeling it today.

"ingrain in" or "ingrain into"?

  • It's ingrained in society to the point where its almost overlooked.
  • Let's just say; the Naughty Step had a child-sized bum mark ingrained into the carpet.
  • People have been ingrained with an anti-government propaganda that says that anything that the government pushes for must be bad.
  • A status quo that developed rapidly and remained ingrained by the unhealthy and insincere struggle for power among the middle class.

inhabit by, in, for, as or with?

  • The park is inhabited by wild macaque monkeys.
  • Our cities must be made more liveable -- places we inhabit in greater harmony with nature.
  • Wales as an area of land has been inhabited for around 28,000 years.
  • I lived and worked in France from 1978-1981 and my recollections seem make it a very different city to the one Denis McShane inhabited as a journo.

"inherit from" or "inherit by"?

  • The traits of the fo:inline are inherited from R.
  • My business was inherited by, or I inherited his immediate upline.
  • The tendency to develop epilepsy may be inherited in families.
  • For example: Compound values of properties are inherited as a unit and not as individual components.

"initiate by" or "initiate in"?

  • The economic deregulation initiated by P.
  • He was initiated into Army Philadelphe Lodge in 1798.
  • He was initiated into Army Philadelphe Lodge in 1798.
  • Series of 9000 It initiates with the Bold 9000 launched in 2008.

"inject into" or "inject with"?

  • LMWH is injected into the skin on the lower abdomen.
  • The fish were allegedly injected with the poison.
  • However, if injected in overdose amounts it can lead to cardiac arrest.
  • Paul Offit had 100,000 vaccines injected by his wife, pediatrician Dr.

injure in, by, at, on or during?

  • Nicolson was also injured in the foot.
  • We arrived at the scene (pictured above) and saw a woman injured by shrapnel.
  • He looks really good but he is injured at the moment.
  • She is severely injured on face and all.

"inquire into" or "inquire about"?

  • I inquire into any application, www.
  • He inquires about it with the owner.
  • Ziyad called on him to inquire after his health.
  • He would then inquire from various people about the criminals and the godfathers of that area.

"inscribe on", "inscribe in" or "inscribe with"?

  • Allah revealed to prophet Musa (pbuh) the Tawrat inscribed on tablets of stone.
  • The soul tablets are inscribed with details of the deceased.
  • All the 99 sacred names of Allah with 33 Quranic verses are beautifully inscribed in the mosque.
  • For we have in our heart a law inscribed by God.

"insert into" or "insert in"?

  • Files inserted in the wrong run will quickly be noticed.
  • As inserted by the Internal Revenue (Amendment ), 2002 (Act 622 ), s.
  • It is however pretty bad at inserting at a random position and worse at the beginning.
  • You can just use it freely to insert on any site the embed multivideo player, as granted from this site,.

insist on, upon, in or to?

  • Hence I insist on individuality.
  • In other words, a proper process was insisted upon.
  • One store owner insists in English that she is not actually speaking Hindi; when Ms.
  • He insisted to superiors that he was ' fine ' and was determined to carry out his duties as an Apache helicopter pilot.

inspire by, from, in, to or for?

  • Lunasa were inspired by the Bothys.
  • I like the fact your book is inspired from life experience.
  • There is nothing unique or inspiring in the thought.
  • I'd sure you are inspiring to the younger players coming up as well.

"install on" or "install in"?

  • The JVM is installed on MacOS X 10.
  • Thus was Hamlin Garland installed in Dr.
  • It was those clowns you installed at city hall.
  • It was installed by the Leyden family in their house in 1893.

instigate by, against, as, in or into?

  • It is an inspired pairing, instigated by the guitarist.
  • Not unlike the Shutzstaffel and the series of brutal pogroms instigated against the Jewish people, continued Owens.
  • This is often one situation which appears to be instigated as a consequence of win32k.
  • That means it has to be instigated in a civil lawsuit, not by the police.

instil in, into, by, as or at?

  • My Mother instilled in me to always be a free spirit.
  • It has been decades since the former soldiers from WWII came home and had the authority that was instilled into them by the army.
  • It is thus before that age that pluralism can be instilled as a life value.
  • So, the Exalted Lord is Thankful and Forbearing, and He thanks them for this, and has compensated them by instilling for them what He did not instill for their wives.

"instruct by" or "instruct in"?

  • All boats must cross the start when instructed by the starter.
  • They were rebuked, instructed in the rules of AA, and offered help to be victorious one day at a time.
  • If your resident visa is subject to conditions, you will have been instructed on how to meet the conditions in your residence approval letter.
  • Do the same as I instructed for base station installations, except this time cut your RG-8X to 20 feet minimum.

insulate from, with, for, in or to?

  • They're more insulated from reality than the Michelin man.
  • The increased balance of houses insulated with spray foam technology makes the usage of spray foam a.
  • Almost 9km of longrun was required for the roofing and cladding, which is also insulated for the comfort of technical crew working on the planes at night.
  • The 3962 houses insulated in the region include 2894 low-income homes, and 808 families living in rental accommodation.

"insult by" or "insult to"?

  • Any way, I am tyred of being insulted by this Man.
  • That is insulting to all who come in contact with that person.
  • The truth to come out of years of Islam-bashing followed by outburst is that, insult on religion will never stop.
  • But I'd not open to being harangued and insulted for failing to immediately accept your argument.

"insure against", "insure for" or "insure by"?

  • What is Margin? Margin is a performance bond that insures against trading losses.
  • The MERS Look-up confirms it is insured by Ginnie Mae.
  • They're uninsured for that particular condition.
  • If that person earned over 38, they would probably be insured under Class A.

"integrate into" or "integrate with"?

  • Religion is integrated into every part of life here.
  • SAP has been integrated with the HIS.
  • They are not politically integrated in Kashmir.
  • Another important component in the evaluation of organisations is the strategic plan and how it is integrated to the internal processes.

"intend for", "intend as" or "intend to"?

  • His hands were never intended for toil.
  • Anderson I haven't read it and don't intend to.
  • They are intended as a general guide only.
  • This is intended by Patrice Moor to be a daily reminder of how precious life is.

"intercede for" or "intercede on"?

  • You have One interceding for you, His power is sure.
  • Thirdly, get some pious elder from the community to intercede on your behalf and advise your parents.
  • Maybe Obama decided not to intercede in Benghazi because CIA was involved.
  • He said:? Do you intercede concerning one of the punishments decreed by Allah (S.

intercept by, of, on, with or at?

  • Here the enemy were intercepted by RAF Regiment personnel.
  • We have Fomalhaut with an azimuth of 118? T giving a PL of 028? - 208? and with an Intercept of 7.
  • Almost intercepted on second down by Robitaille.
  • Free water Free water should be intercepted with a water-resistant assembly.

interface with, to, between or into?

  • The Settings interface with your existing options in the theme.
  • Each experiment is interfaced to a personal computer that is equipped with interface capabilities.
  • Clearinghouse: There are well known bodies like MACH who interface between different roaming partners to help them to exchange their CDRs, setting up roaming agreements and resolving any dispute.

"interfere with" or "interfere in"?

  • It seriously interferes with reaction times.
  • Bhabo shouldn't interfere in the matter.

"interpret as", "interpret by" or "interpret in"?

  • These traits are interpreted as described in section 7.
  • These should not be interpreted in the same way as UKCIP02 maps.
  • It can be changed or interpreted by them at will.
  • His words were interpreted for me by a Russian journalist, Daniel Kerelko.

"interrogate by" or "interrogate for"?

  • Karl Haushofer was arrested and interrogated by the Allies in October 1945.
  • Chen Hua and his father had been interrogated for two days and nights, and Liu Yuancheng and his wife had also been interrogated for two days and night.
  • Staff are interrogated beyond what's reasonable to expect them to know.
  • He noted that one of the first people to be interrogated over the disappearance of Sheikh Ahmed was a relative, one Said Omar Said.

interrupt by, with, in, for or during?

  • Now that comfort has been interrupted by deadly landslides.
  • And either you get what you want eventually, Harry interrupted with a smile, or you grow up and grow out of it.
  • Suddenly she was interrupted in her fond thoughts by a female voice.
  • Here the conversation was interrupted for a moment by a flourish of flutes, and two slaves entered with a single dish.

intersect with, at, by, in or on?

  • This blog is mainly about that journey and how it intersects with the other parts of.
  • How do I determine the CENTER of a house? To determine the center of a house, draw two diagonal lines which intersect at the CENTER.
  • Both authors are people who, like me and like most people, intersect on both sides of the oppressed/ally fence.

intersperse with, between, by, throughout or across?

  • Sex scenes come interspersed with short, tight dialogue.
  • Our beds were also spread throughout the carriage with others interspersed between us, so if we wanted to congregate we needed a different space.
  • A1, Spontaneous activity in both neurons is characterized by correlated periods of depolarization that are interspersed by periods with very low visible activity (40 DIV).
  • Such information begins the workshop, but is also interspersed throughout the games and exercises.

intertwine with, in, into, over or within?

  • Our faith is intertwined with that of Somalia for better or worst.
  • In a short amount of time, they'll become intertwined in your mind.
  • The two sequences later intertwine at the end of the movie.
  • Hell) showing that mans destiney is intertwined between them and only through his deeds in battle will his fate be dicided.

intervene in, on, with, at or by?

  • In 63 BC Rome intervened in Palestinian affairs.
  • They already have the power to intervene on neglected child cases.
  • Why do nt National rank and file intervene with these tossers.
  • This season saw HMRC intervene at Hearts to settle disputes over unpaid player wages.

"interview by" or "interview for"?

  • She was interviewed by Mac-talla.
  • Inwould love to be interviewed for free.
  • Today I have been interviewed on BBC Radio Lancashire.
  • Interviewed in mid-2008 by the U.

interweave with, into, in, through or throughout?

  • The meaning of the words is inflexibly interwoven with life.
  • All of these have been equitably integrated and beautifully interwoven into each other.
  • Interwoven in our thoughts must be a love of service, even at a sacrifice to achieve our goal.
  • On the other hand, one has to try to show how it happened that the idea of God became interwoven through it all.

intimidate by, into, in, for or at?

  • He was never intimidated by a crowd.
  • He was even intimidated into signing a statement prepared by the college authority.
  • Our EC is a reputable man and can not be intimidated in anyway.
  • So when I moved out and started doing my own at the age of 18, I was a bit intimidated for my first Thanksgiving.

intrigue by, with, as, at or in?

  • I'd intrigued by the Tasmanian pepper.
  • I was intrigued with what the blogger was saying.
  • We arrive at T2's sleekly designed interior intrigued as to how these two traditions are brought together, only to discover, disappointingly, that they're not.
  • Like Opposition politicians, I'd intrigued at the Government's reluctance to tell us how well its boot camps are doing.

"introduce to" or "introduce in"?

  • I would to introduce to you a concept.
  • AWT API was introduced in JDK 1.
  • A bill introduced by retiring Sen.
  • The humanity is introduced into it.

"intrude on" or "intrude into"?

  • A mobile phone can intrude on your privacy.
  • I really don't understand why more conservative people are comfortable with the government intruding into family life this way.

inundate with, by, at, for or under?

  • We were inundated with calls last night.
  • From its founding in the 1850? s through the 1960? s, parts of Winona were repeatedly inundated by spring floods of the Mississippi River.
  • Flora Red lily Where floodplains are inundated for two to six months a year grasses and sedges such as spike rush occur.

invade by, in, from, at or on?

  • Then they could be invaded by Mexico.
  • Napoleon didn't give them a chance as his army invaded in three large columns spread out over 30 miles.
  • Be careful that your country or your children's country is not invaded at some time.
  • Last 100K souls and 15 humanity when I got invaded on the way back.

"invent by" or "invent in"?

  • It is believed that the bass was invented by either G.
  • Noodles were first invented in Persia.
  • Sophisticated devices are being invented for early detection and neutralisation of bombs.
  • The rudder was invented at the end of the 13th century.

invest in, for, on, with or at?

  • Invest in business as a partner.
  • You are investing for the future.
  • And also invest on your upgrade education.
  • In banking, mid-size banks are still investing with a lot of confidence.

"investigate by", "investigate in" or "investigate for"?

  • This scandal is currently being investigated by the CQC.
  • Cricinfo are reporting Pietersen wants Anderson/Swann investigated for Twitter affair.
  • I've been investigating in the internet and I've found this GPUImage Opengl ES 2.
  • Viruses are being investigated as carriers or ' vectors ' for delivery of new, undamaged, DNA.

"invite to" or "invite by"?

  • Then Gaddafi was invited to the UN.
  • In 1990, Kwesi was invited by Mr.
  • Tip: Wear sweatpants if invited for a meal by a Taiwanese.
  • I was invited into an adult world, with adult conversation.

"invoke in" or "invoke by"?

  • Hence, the SC/ST Act must be invoked in this case.
  • All our memories are stored in our subconscious, only to be revived when absolutely invoked by a direct stimulus.
  • Ibn Taymiyyah rejected the notion that saints and prophets should be invoked for intercession while they have departed from this world.
  • Not so! She is invoked with the Ladle in hand transporting the Soma rasam.

"involve in", "involve for" or "involve at"?

  • They're so involved in their own things.
  • Pay up and get involved at local level to ensure others pay too.
  • Malmberg has been involved for at least 12 years now.
  • Getting involved as a JA is a fun.

"irritate by" or "irritate with"?

  • They became irritated by Homicide.
  • I am just soooo irritated with this stupid talk about what he said or didn't say.
  • It crept back into his mind that he was feeling mildly irritated about something.
  • The kids are starting to get a little irritated at the whole process.

"isolate from" or "isolate in"?

  • Eventually I felt totally isolated from everything and everyone.
  • Now we are isolated in our cars amongst our own neighbors.
  • He's found that working at home, although cheap and potentially good for productivity, is slightly anti-social and isolating at times.
  • Some fellows commenting here have no idea of what is means to be isolated by the international community.

"issue by", "issue in" or "issue to"?

  • A receipt will be issued by the police.
  • The cite is issued to the driver, not to the car.
  • Similarly, the N 500 note was issued in 2001.
  • Patents are issued for anything.

"itch for" or "itch in"?

  • I am just itching for the new board at the ABC.
  • This is coupled with itching in the penile area.
  • I snuggle one last time into that relaxing fleece, feeling my muscles itching of anticipation.
  • Little traitress, my fingers itch at thee: and so to leave only a bowl of water, too! Had it been wine, it would have been some comfort.