Prepositions after Verbs

Click a verb to see what prepositions are usually used after it in English


"order by" or "order from"?

  • Charges must be administered or ordered by a physician.
  • I haven't ordered from them in years.
  • To order for it you can check this post HERE for more info.
  • I never received the Xmas presents I ordered in OCT 2011.
  • Nor Jesus Christ, and all these guys ordered to off themselves.
  • This meant that not all the trees ordered on 1/2/07 were ready.
  • It's a must-order at an Indonesian restaurant because it's a national signature dish.
  • Customers may still be able to receive launch-day delivery by ordering through their carriers.
  • The order of concatenation is the same order as the children are ordered under the fo:flow.
  • We were ordered into Reserve alongside Army Headquarters as an Army Reserve.
  • State Papers 11 May 1655 ), and was ordered with others, 27 Nov.
  • The man who brought back the bacon having proved he received it from Shea's sister, informations were ordered against him.
  • Always include a limited time frame to order as an incentive to make a purchase now.
  • It's best to be more than 95% sure you want what you're ordering before pushing the button.
  • All troops were ordered out of reserve, all air support was urgently called for.
  • Once again I was ordered over his knee.
  • Some examples of limited-time offers include discounts to the first 500 customers or free shipping for people who order within the next week.
  • Also, many low carb diets won't even let you enjoy a restaurant meal (ordered without any carb restrictions) for many months after you begin.

offset by, from, with, for or against?

  • Also these costs are usually offset by welfare (eg.
  • A key plank of the tax plan is to purchase carbon credit offsets from other countries.
  • However, all of these attributes can be offset with careful planning, design and patterning.
  • California doesn't plan to allow international offsets for its cap-and-trade program.
  • These factors are valued and offset against the total remuneration in setting salary levels.
  • The flaws of the Bretton domestic stabilization policies to offset of the dollar as the.
  • The offset to this position is determined using the font data for the nominal font.
  • This lets me tell the reader if I am off-set-ting text or intro-duc-ing a quote; that means that the b-quote option means indexed and off-set as opposed to always being a quote.
  • It does not matter one iota if Australian corporations which will pay for their excessive carbon emissions buy carbon offsets in developing countries.
  • The baseline-shift provides a way to define a specific baseline offset other than the named offsets that are defined relative to the dominant-baseline.
  • Only during rendering is the area rendered offset relative to this position.
  • Lacquer work, for example, may be shiny but when offset within the right context, it can take on a classic look.

"overrun by" or "overrun with"?

  • Your midfield was over-run by two beast in Essien and Ramires.
  • The track is rather overrun with weeds.
  • Reading surged into a four-goal lead, yet soon found themselves largely overrun for the best part of an hour.
  • But last season, we saw glimpses of him losing that spark; too often he was overrun in the centre of midfield, too often, he went missing.
  • The continental mind is set on allowing itself to be overrun on many enforced politically correct issues.
  • Vidic had to handle a lot of space, since it looked like United's midfield was overrun at times.
  • So effective had been the bombardment that initial objectives on the heights overlooking the beaches were overrun without difficulty.

"overreact to", "overreact in" or "overreact by"?

  • Think before you speak and avoid over-reacting to flippant comments.
  • The article: Let's not overreact by India's chief economic advisor Kaushik Basu (available here: http: //bit.

orchestrate by, from, in, against or at?

  • In democracy, public demonstrations are hardly orchestrated by governments; they are spontaneous.
  • Its main features are regulation and harmonisation orchestrated from above, and the birth of supranationalism.
  • But, the Catholic change is well orchestrated in terms of the past traditions.
  • Too much of overprotesting is being orchestrated against Ram Jethmalani for his alleged comments on Lord Ram, etc etc.
  • Plonsky and others continue to wait for results similar to what Goestenkors orchestrated at Duke, where she was 396-99 and made four trips to the Final Four in 15 seasons.
  • The late-night remarks were orchestrated as a sequel to Romney's convention speech in Tampa, Fla, with a long list of GOP heavyweights speaking before Romney.
  • Well, we all know what catastrophic distraction was orchestrated on September 11th 2001.
  • Of course, making a successful transition to an IT environment that can flexibly provisioned and orchestrated through a service catalogue is not without its challenges.
  • Sounds like a repeat of what they orchestrated with the killing of Osama bin Laden (who was already dead since 2001).

"oust from" or "oust by"?

  • Tiger guerrillas were ousted from here last year.
  • Carto was ousted by IHR's board of directors in September 1993 after the staff complained, among other things, of Mr.
  • Two Democratic former representatives who were ousted in 2010, Ann Kirkpatrick and Kyrsten Sinema, also clung to narrow leads Wednesday.
  • Mr Ben Ali was ousted on 14 January after weeks of popular protest and fled to Saudi Arabia.
  • No doubt, part of the motivation behind the rush was to have Lugo ousted before Paraguay's UNASUR peers could convene for consultations and decide on a set of measures in his support.
  • He was ousted during the Orange Revolution, initiated by Tymoshenko.

"ordain by", "ordain in" or "ordain for"?

  • Order is not ordained by god; Order is a created fiction by men.
  • Qada means what Allah has ordained for all the world.
  • He was ordained in China in 1880.
  • I suppose that I was ordained to this very office in that Grand Council.
  • Eventually he was ordained as a deacon, then priest and finally as a bishop.
  • He was ordained on 16 August 1969.
  • They are ordained from amongst their people.
  • It was the trial ordained of old to all our priests.
  • Next together with each other of females and they footwear can be as while it were definitely ordained through the gods more than.

overflow with, from, into, out or at?

  • Women's shelters are overflowing with ' battered ' wives.
  • Overflow from the outer cisterns would be directed to the central cistern.
  • Take for example this description of eighteenth century Paris: The whole neighborhood overflowed into the street from nearby houses, workshops, shops and taverns.
  • In fact I have so many thoughts on swag they overflowed out of this post onto another group blog I'd a part of - Book Pregnant.
  • Waterbaths for poultry shall be adequate in size and depth for the type of bird being slaughtered, and shall not overflow at the entrance.
  • The visitors ' or VIP, car was next, containing the lounge which was likely to be overflowing throughout the day with representatives from whatever state we were passing through.

"oscillate between" or "oscillate at"?

  • However, experts opinion oscillated between two groups.
  • Ideally This coil will be oscillating at about 104khz, with an amplitude of about.

overpower by, with, vs. or in?

  • I have to agree with ' overpowered by Chelsea in the 2nd half '.
  • Marrying a man whom you can overpower with one arm behind your back sends disturbing signals on a number of levels.

"overthrow by" or "overthrow in"?

  • Gaddafi was overthrown by the Libyan people.
  • Zelaya, whose pro-poor policies outraged the Honduran elite and US corporations, was overthrown in a June 28 military coup and exiled to Costa Rica.

"overturn by" or "overturn in"?

  • The Appeal Master's decisions will be binding on the Enrolment Committee, unless overturned by a Court decision.
  • McNamara, himself wounded, landed and picked up Rutherford, only to overturn in a gully.
  • Then Fox appealed, the verdict was overturned on a technicality, and Akre lost her award.
  • The landmark case marks the first time in 75 years that a sitting president's signature domestic achievement could be overturned at the height of his reelection campaign.
  • Or hark back to the death penalty - overturned despite a large proportion of the population wanting to retain it (at the time).
  • An executive order can be overturned with our checks and balance system.

orient to, towards, toward, in or on?

  • It is oriented to a touch interface and will only run software that is specifically written for it.
  • Therefore it will probably be more oriented towards the tourism industry as opposed to other industries.
  • Vanni held the promise of progressive ideals for women in the society and of a government oriented toward the well being of the people.
  • These are oriented in trigonal planar geometry.
  • Another reason I favored Obama in this election was the fact that he amassed and maintained a huge ground campaign in almost every state that was oriented on direct connection to the citizenry.
  • A life that is politically, economically, socially, culturally oriented around the larger whole.
  • The remaining pure 2p orbitals (for our convenience, let us say: 2p y and 2p z) orient at right angles to the sp-hybrid orbitals.
  • Otherwise, they are oriented for a few hours and then thrown to the wolves.
  • The participants were oriented about the method of implementation of the activities and their support was incorporated as required at different levels for effective implementation of the events.
  • India, being the least dependent on either global or China demand, is by far the most domestic oriented among the key markets in the region.
  • With the release of Windows 95, Microsoft was copying some of the ideas from MacIntosh operating system one of which was the idea that a user was file oriented rather than application oriented.
  • The Arabian Court is crafted in the spirit of the orient with dramatic architecture creating symmetry, amidst a landscape of fountains, walkways and lush gardens.

oblige to, by, with, in or for?

  • Children are not obliged to fast.
  • When the future Buddha wishes to turn back and see his city, the earth obliges by turning itself around like a potter's wheel.
  • Adam Oakes obliged with his usual calmly taken effort to level the scores.
  • I can understand that I am arrogant but I am obliged in this scientific world.
  • Transcription I am much obliged for the photograph of yourself and friend.

"overwhelm by" or "overwhelm with"?

  • I am totally overwhelmed by mess and chaos.
  • I just felt overwhelmed with fear.
  • Musa was overwhelmed at the experience.
  • The person who receives it and the the person who gives it, both feel sentimental and overwhelmed about it.
  • Wainwright fought on from Corregidor with a garrison of about 11,000 men; he was overwhelmed on May 6, 1942.

obscure by, for, from, in or to?

  • The tornado dropped quickly and became obscured by wrapping rain.
  • It is indeed a powerful piece of prose (the ' Jerry Lewis ' reference a little obscure for younger generations).
  • But sometimes point A and point B are so obscured from each other that you have to use a series of straight lines that navigate through all the crazy between the two points.
  • But enough has been said by way of apology for whatever may have seemed amiss or obscure in the character of the merchant; so nothing remains but to turn to our comedy, or, rather,.
  • It's a thrill ride where the lines of the paranormal and the human psyche is obscured to such an extent that you aren't sure what's real and what's not.
  • As an ordinary human with normal observational capability it wasn't that hard to note/jolt down the main reason which got obscured among all the superficiality.
  • In God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality (Philadelphia, 1978 ), she maintained that the female perspective on faith had been obscured because of centuries of male interpretation, and must be recovered.
  • From the more famous such as the small Oklahoma towns in Twister to the relatively obscure like the OSU Student Union's appearance in a campy thriller, these are the best.
  • The environmental impact of oil pipeline spills is obscured under this rubric.

"obsess about" or "obsess over"?

  • Equipment - there is a tendency to obsess about equipment at intermediate level.
  • Food is fun in moderation but it shouldnt be obsessed over IMO.
  • Neither does he make science accessible to me, I can't concentrate on whatever is coming out of his mouth because my usually dormant sense of fashion keeps me obsessing on the fact that he 's.
  • I obsess with Nin and appreciate Woolf.
  • Queeg obsessing against Bush for more than eight years.
  • Obsessing for too long over a design and making too many changes seldom adds real value to the design process.

oppress by, in, for, over or with?

  • They are oppressed by Pakistani males around them, as is.
  • That's not terribly likely to happen, is it? Men certainly aren't oppressed in this way.
  • Palestinians are persecuted and oppressed for their faith, ethnicity and presence.
  • I believe what we are all striving to be here is to be Equalists, any group that has been oppressed over the years will be emotional to some degree, because it effects them.
  • There is only so far people can be oppressed before enough of them withdraw consent and then things get ugly.
  • But I do know what I see, and the perception is that burqa-clad women are being oppressed on the grounds of gender alone and seem to be willing participants.

overtake by, in, on, with or at?

  • I was overtaken by the majestic beauty and grandeur of Shiva.
  • It's difficult to manuever and overtake in Singapore's twisted route.
  • Just overtake on the left in that case.
  • After a duck, South would have overtaken with dummy's jack.

optimize for, in, by, within or on?

  • I'd talking about one that is optimized for search engines.
  • DOOM 3, Resurrection of Evil, and The Lost Mission have been optimized in 3D, featuring 5.
  • The result of this will be real working systems, optimized by the best available algorithms and tunings.
  • Again, these metrics create a narrow view of the system -- a silo -- that we then try to optimize within.
  • Two, that web site has to be optimized before any search engine submission can be carried out.
  • The fact that they have instead chosen the present method suggests it is superior not because it brings in more expected revenue, but because it optimizes between return and risk.
  • Bangalore based Mobisy has launched Bizom, a mobile (only) cloud solution optimized to the need of enterprise business owners.

"omit from" or "omit by"?

  • It is almost always omitted from popular accounts.
  • But even this was not the end of the physical evidence omitted by NIST.
  • Footnotes omitted in English translation.
  • I'll go back to Luis Leon Sanchez as my fourth pick because he's just too classy a rider to omit for all the reasons I've backed him this year.
  • Whether they are omitted because of age, failure of the courts to make them available, or editorial decision, not all opinions make it into legal research databases.
  • Perhaps, as a friend suggested, the colon was omitted between the two words -- career: driven, ie that her career is to be driven around.
  • F**k, I've said the pledge of allegance, and I've omitted under god numerous times, and people with the exception of some psychos didn't have a problem with that.

overcome by, in, for, through or with?

  • I felt overcome by the need to sleep.
  • The gap OKC came within a hairsbreadth of overcoming in Game 2.
  • The panelists also pointed out certain challenges overcome for hotel companies looking to enter Sri Lanka.
  • There are powerful stories of people who have overcome through the power of God.
  • This is what Apple overcame with the iPod.
  • That is hard enough to overcome without tattoos shouting it to the world on your behalf.
  • Sure most of it was overcome during the Hearth's Warming, but it's still there.
  • The main objective of this workshop was to raise true leaders of leaders who can become owners of Core Values by fulfilling team expedition goals overcoming at sometimes life and death situations.
  • After working with injured soldiers for more than two years, we understood how very important and urgent it is to support them, that they could overcome Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
  • Others faced challenges in the form of chronic illnesses or other disadvantages, some of which have not been overcome since birth.
  • As the pinnacle of His revelation of God His death became a symbol of how He overcame throughout His life.

outsource to, in, by, for or as?

  • A lot of the weaving is outsourced to weavers who work from home.
  • The study also provides a general overview of the current activities and issues related to ICT outsourcing in the country.
  • It's about a failure of outsourcing, in this case outsourcing by Newsnight to the Bureau.
  • They have consistently outsourced labor and used that outsourcing as leverage to cut workers ' healthcare and pay.
  • Even if you can not afford outsourcing at the moment, you can plan for it or start on a limited basis.
  • Conditions have worsened in the past decade as outsourcing of labour became widespread.
  • Anything I recommend to you will 100% be what I use myself including software and outsources from the Philippines, India and the UK.
  • It is time to cut down on the number of jobs that are outsourced outside Africa.
  • They actually had their search services outsourced until 2002, when they started to really work on their search engine.
  • Outsource with 20 years of local experience.
  • For example, if the total cost is $100,000, the company, by outsourcing within America, would only pay $90,000.

outnumber by, at or in?

  • We are being significantly outnumbered by the opposition on calls and contacts via social media.
  • It may bother you now, but the simple truth of the matter is the awalkinthecity, oboes, Miriams etc are outnumbered at the polls by people who disagree with you.

offend by, at, in, against or with?

  • Many are deeply offended by this.
  • Yeah, because I'd really really offended at the bad language.
  • No man could keep all 613 without offending in one point.
  • They offend against human dignity and violate our fundamental rights.
  • I'd baffled and as a fellow writer/journo, I'd sort of offended on behalf of all of us.
  • I can't find any reason why I should let her own a handphone, except for the fact that if I do n't, she will definitely feel uneasy and offended with us.
  • He was elected only to fix the economy that Bush destroyed and also to make peace with Allies that Bush offended around the world.
  • My daughter thought I should delete the 1st part to not offend from the get go those that are just trying to do their part in some way.
  • Racism is being offended instead of ashamed when someone calls you racist.
  • Here in the Philippines we are offended of China's aggression towards our borders, China has become an arrogant country, they already oppressed Tibet, Vietnam &; recolonized Thailand.
  • It doesn't take a prude to be offended over a murdered kid joke.

outline in, by, for, at or on?

  • Follow all steps outlined in the post.
  • There are general and academic regulations as outlined by College.
  • Just follow the guidance I outlined for Julia -- you'll be good to go.
  • These rules operate in two distinct ways as outlined at (a) and (b) below.
  • Details are outlined on the Department of Building and Housing website.
  • It's important to outline to your manager the benefits to be gained by you completing the master's degree.
  • The bilobed flap is outlined with a surgical marker (Figure 3).
  • It is shown outlined against a red background in the illustration below.

oversee by, in, after, against or among?

  • So they have to be overseen by another committee.
  • These were overseen in four brothels on Maiden Lane, Sixth Avenue near 37th Street, East 50th Street and East 58th Street, authorities allege.
  • The Iranian hostage takers were replaying in macabre theatrical fashion the much worse conditions that American personnel had authored and overseen against thousands of Iranians.
  • Therefore we oversee among the neurotonic, the possibility of a re-education where that retrieving or regaining of the mastery of consciousness, decrease the functional perturbations.
  • His request was simple: each ex-hurler had to take eight coaching sessions and oversee between two and four games a year.
  • The risks of food poisoning is also very high requiring ever vigilant overseeing of the operation.
  • Amnesty International has presented an eight-point list of human rights improvements it expects the Presidency to oversee with its fellow member states.

"overlook by" or "overlook in"?

  • I'd sure it was just overlooked by the media.
  • They found Emma asleep in the embassy, where she had been overlooked in the rush.
  • That's why it was overlooked for so many years.
  • The Two Towers, quite frankly, shouldn't be overlooked as a movie.
  • And it is just this process of overlooking at which the course aims.
  • Overlooked because of some more known works by Phil Spector this definitely needs to be discovered again and I reccomend it.
  • This overlooking of important differences, it is said, has led to policies which ignore the differences between Africa and other continents and the differences within Africa itself.
  • This is an easy introduction to a group so overlooked on radio and everywhere else.
  • When residence seeking during the the fall weeks, potential consumers would be wise to look for telltale signs of neglect which could be overlooked during warmer weather.
  • The entire townland of Loftus Hall, including the building itself, can be overlooked from Hook Lighthouse.
  • The thought that it is a kid like this who gets away with the little misdeeds which are overlooked out of indulgence and grows up to become something I've had first hand experience within the family.
  • Villa Bukit Ubud delightful Balinese-style cottage surrounded by lush green tropical garden overlooking to the green valley.
  • The study suggests that women continue to produce eggs after birth from special stem cells, which have been overlooked until now.

"originate from" or "originate in"?

  • Top vests originate from lots of other forms.
  • The Pavanne originated in Italy.
  • The homeowner originated with Countrywide in April 2003.
  • Thomas and Friends originated as a British children's television show in the mid-1980s.
  • The plant begins to flower from laterals originating at the bottom of the main stem.
  • The Matthews turn was originated by England legend Stanley Matthews.
  • Heraldry Armorial bearings, or coats-of-arms, originated during the late medieval period as a means of recognition on the battlefield and at the tournament.
  • Some of this year's discovery was pushed by the media, but much of it originated on the web.
  • It is necessary for the governor to certify corrected copies and make them available only if they originate outside New Zealand.
  • We look at our sight capability and marvel how the human eye could have originated through evolution rather than through a creator.

organize by, in, for, into or on?

  • This event was organized by the IGSA.
  • At Hendon, a dinner was organized in their honour.
  • Then we need to start getting organized for the future.
  • The book is organized into 14 chapters.
  • It is being organised on a delegate basis.
  • You guys sound so organized with your trip.
  • An example is that people were organized around him, while he was alive, because of who and what he was.
  • The parish was organized as a mission and land was purchased in 1950 for $2,000.
  • The Second Buddhist Council was organised at Vaisali a hundred year later.
  • I don't believe there was really a recent gov't who needed to be organised against.
  • A complete uprising was being organised from there, this might also be true.
  • A network of more than 60 volunteers, organised through Rami on the Syrian side, ensures the aid is delivered.
  • There was an all party conference organised under the auspices of the United Nations Development Programme.
  • Now we know that it was organised within the team.

opt for, out, into, to or in?

  • He opted for a different course.
  • Can I opt out of the U-Pass BC program? No.
  • It offers 90 days free trial to people who opt into (filled in personal details) the system.
  • Work or money?! Of course most people will opt to due the work.
  • You wouldn't get features like content management, content sliders, galleries, opt ins, blog or a branded design.

oppose to, by, in, for or on?

  • I'd not opposed to all wind farms.
  • The union is opposed by their neighbors.
  • I started enjoying life as in too much leisure (something I will oppose in joining back in high school years).
  • There is absolutely no basis for a rush to war, which I oppose and have opposed for two years.

occupy by, with, in, for or at?

  • These are also occupied by one electron each.
  • I am in this article only occupied with Der Ring des Nibelungen.
  • The time occupied in passing over the rope was just 11 minutes.
  • Perhaps they know better than I of promises made by an occupying force.
  • Together, these results indicate that the site was occupied at 39 500 bp.
  • The Low-Country Dry Zone: The low-country dry zone occupies about three-quarters of the country.
  • It is the only round tower occupied as a family home, and it is also the home of renowned harpers ' The Cullen Harpers ' Cyril's.
  • More than 26,000 teachers and support staff began hitting the picket lines Monday morning, while the school district and parents made plans for keeping students safe and occupied during the day.
  • You will only see < 30% occupied on majority of the ready house development.
  • This site, located in the western part of North Carolina, contains the remains of a stratified Indian village that was occupied over a span of 3,500 years, from 2000 BC to AD 1450.
  • But the traditional site for the temple has been occupied since 691 A.

"obtain from" or "obtain by"?

  • Coleman has already obtained from the Commissioner of Education a waiver of the consolidation agreement, so the.
  • Spend some time to obtained by your cabinets and load aside any apparel you have not utilized in a large amount of time.
  • The total of the values obtained in Table 1.
  • At least two reviews are obtained for each work.
  • It could also be used for money obtained through extortion or other illicit means.
  • Significantly higher conversions are obtained at modest cost.
  • The +3/-3 damage can only be obtained with a Strengh bonus.
  • The app can be obtained on Blackberry, Apple and all Symbian phones.
  • A warrant for such surveillance can now be obtained under section 487.
  • This skill can not be taught and must be obtained after hours of gameplay.
  • To obtain as an equivalent in a different form: took out the money owed in services.
  • Prior approval of the State Bank should be obtained before arranging for payment in any manner other than that indicated above.
  • Any forensic evidence that is obtained during tests can be.
  • If the conscious attention is allowed to unfocus, so that only monitoring is going on, almost instantaneous images can be obtained of visual and sometimes auditory or tactile stimuli.
  • You may see save managers together with areas that you can towards obtain totally free from the Microsof company web-site if everyone find incompatibilities along with your structure.
  • Access to the site for this tour can only be obtained via an official coach.
  • Also, that it can be obtained without verification and often is, in Hawaii, in the case of home births.

observe in, by, on, with or for?

  • It was quite satisfying to observe in a way.
  • The Sunday following is so observed by many of our churches.
  • As Mr Wardell observed on 25 February: a.
  • Observe for resistant or recurrent tumours.
  • I knew this problem too well and observed from a distance.
  • This was what I observed with the room mirror in the taxi.
  • No such trends were observed among non-rickshaw drivers.
  • It is now observed as the International Mother Language Day.
  • In a democracy such sensitivity has to be observed at all times.
  • The job should be observed during normal times and situations.
  • Flagging violations of these rules that you observe to our attention.
  • This error has been observed after renaming the Oracle SID.
  • Bacteriocidal activity is also observed against such pathogens as Clostridia, Salmonella, and Shigella.
  • They screen items thus consumers can observe along with test them out before buying.
  • The committee said that in several studies positive associations were observed between multiple abortions and poorer mental health.
  • So I decided to walk and observe instead of just ride through.
  • Go Whalewatching Marine mammals of all sorts and sizes can be observed near Ireland's shoreline - dolphins, whales, orcas and seals.
  • I have observed over the past four years what seems to be a frieghtening trend.
  • The result is the wonderful breathtaking scenery we observe throughout the region.
  • The water at Mbudya is calm and clean all day long making it suitable for swimming and for observing under water creatures.
  • Mindfulness allows us to observe without judging, like scientists impartially gathering data.

owe to, by, on, for or in?

  • What we owe to God is our very selves.
  • Most of that debt is owed by members of the middle class.
  • Other key findings include: -Irish consumers owe on average 1,100 on their credit card.
  • In the interim he paid what he owed for the water, lights and rates.
  • To obtain as an equivalent in a different form: took out the money owed in services.
  • Romney has been clear that no American need pay more than he or she owes under the law.
  • At this juncture, a determination is made as to what taxes will be due and owing because of the sale.
  • Once you receive your email of a refund estimate, just log on to your account to view your completed tax refund report, and find out how much you are owed before claiming it back.
  • I was born, don't you know? Now give me what I'd owed from your pocket.
  • The decision to be financially free is perhaps the second-most daunting decision we need to owe up to (first one's getting married).

operate in, by, on, at or from?

  • He was able to operate in hiding.
  • Both facilities are operated by Alcoa.
  • I operated on three continents.
  • Counselling can operate at many levels.
  • We live in that arena and operate from there.
  • Instead, he cooperated with the D.
  • During this time Port Royal operated as the capital.
  • PCLN operates under the Priceline.
  • The radio-based standards operate within the 2.
  • The Bank was made and operates for them.
  • Instead, it operates out of an office.
  • Since we are physicist we might prefer to think of the machine as operating according to.
  • Many plain clothes public security officers operate across South Sudan.
  • A larger scale operates between teams.
  • God does not want us to operate like that.
  • So we seem to be operating outside the worst case.
  • Such is their influence on the clients that they are operating through a network of agents.
  • We shall also operate to Kolwezi and Mbuji-Mayi.
  • Projects operate without regard to the nationality.

occur in, to, at, on or during?

  • This occurred in 2008 and 2011.
  • It didn't occur to me it was you.
  • The accident occurred at 2:35 p.
  • This reason code occurs only on OS/390.
  • This occurred during a great earthquake.
  • Plagues occur with nasty regularity.
  • Death may occur after extreme exposure.
  • Deletions occur as specified in 6.
  • Occurring before nightfall: a day hike.
  • The rape allegedly occurred between 6.
  • M 2 = 1 only occurs for single-mode TEM 00 Gaussian beams.
  • This occurs within any discipline.
  • Internalized oppression occurs among members of the same cultural group.
  • Effects occur because of cause.
  • To pretend that everything that has been said and can be known of God has occurred by 400 A.
  • Eye dark circles can also be occurring due to: 1.
  • The streaming occurs from those other servers.
  • If only 10% of the crimes occur outside the city during the day.
  • High winds occurred over large portions of the eastern United States.
  • Maybe this occurred through past actions or words.
  • You will be solely responsible and liable for any activity that occurs under your GROU.
  • CONTRAST: Life can not occur without differentiation.

"open in" or "open to"?

  • Old George Mall opened in 1968.
  • Membership is free and open to all.
  • Voting will open on 4th August.
  • Then it will open with notepad.
  • Last year, Walmart opened at 10 p.
  • The B &B; opened for business in 2011.
  • It opens up to the big blue sky.
  • The conference was opened by Feargal Mooney, CEO of Hostelworld.
  • We are going to open from 3 o'clock.
  • The discourse opens about one year before the Parinibb? na.
  • Their eyes were opened after four years.
  • New roles will open as the campaign moves forward.
  • Now the powershell window opens before you.
  • The latter only opens during Holy Years, when St.
  • The kitchen is large with french doors opening into lawned rear garden.
  • French doors open onto sunny courtyard with parking at the door.
  • His first actual store wouldn't open until 1971.

"offer by" or "offer to"?

  • Accept only what is offered by sacred love.
  • He offered to help to her, but.
  • Todd Gold Medal first offered in 1912.
  • One family room at Pilleiyan Rest was offered for Rs.
  • A repeat scoreline is offered at 17/2 (9.
  • I think it should be offered on a no fee basis.
  • One of our twins can be offered as a family room for up to 4 people.
  • It is initially offered through Android app s, with a version on iOs to follow.
  • This lady has nothing to offer with just 5000 jobs.
  • This video gives only a brief taste of what the Two Ronnies had to offer during those years.
  • Offer from Kenanga and what ECM gives back to its shareholders.
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