Prepositions after "negate"

negate by, because, from, in or with?

In 78% of cases "negate by" is used

All principles of gravity are negated by fear.

The dangers of such power are negated by the internet itself.

Their professed love of America is negated by their profound hatred of you.

This significant growth in export earnings has been negated by a massive increase in import expenditure of 51.

This section will study the Norwalk virus, Avian Flu, and food contaminates, all of which are negated by properly washing your hands.

Consider what periods in your work log were used to perform tasks that your manager either repeated or simply negated by ignoring it or redefining the task, too late.

These arguments are not negated by marriage breakdown, the early death of a parent, the adoption of children, de facto relationships, or the practice of step-parenting.

In 4% of cases "negate because" is used

All the appropriate uses of the law should not be negated because of the cases of abuse.

In 4% of cases "negate in" is used

But the Skoda weighs less than the Noble, of course, so any kind of energy deficiency it may suffer on paper is instantly negated in reality, right? Wrong.

In 4% of cases "negate with" is used

The previous barrier of Blippar and QR codes is having to download an app but this is negated with this concept.