Prepositions after "shake"

shake by, with, in, from or like?

In 20% of cases "shake by" is used

Zaphod was badly shaken by the crash.

Such a belief will not be shaken by lack of any other evidence.

Then a conviction that can not be shaken by anyone arises in him.

I wanted to just bury my suspicions and let it go but, I was too shaken by it all and couldn't get it out of my head.

The local coconut industry was recently shaken by news of infestation of coconut plantations in Batangas by scale insects.

The Wise Are Unshaken Like A Rock As a solid rock is not shaken by the wind, even so the wise are not ruffled by praise or blame.

Trust built this and trust sustained it over the past decade, but now researchers are uncertain, their trust has been shaken by decisions being made related to the ongoing state funding for research.

In 16% of cases "shake with" is used

The soil samples were shaken with 0.

She was shaking with anger but shook her head no.

In all the Pure Lands, the ground shook with sex kind of earthquakes.

Zaphod ripped off his sunglasses, and as he did so the building shook with a thunderous roar.

Now yellow leaves are shaken with a gale; Yet piping and fiddling keep the Blue Houses merry.

The Sheik spots the tears developing in Muhammad's eyes, his body beginning to shake with the sadness.

I laugh at myself now as I remember shaking with rage at Gloria Hunniford's comment on This Morning regarding Saville.

His silver body gleamed in the dusty sunbeams and shook with the continual barrage which the building was still undergoing.

We saw her turn her back to the police officer and saw that she was shaking with fright and anger, and she was now crying.

I will return to refute your arguments again when I am not shaking with rage by being judged by someone who doesn't know anything beyond her Burqa.

In 11% of cases "shake in" is used

I can sense a lot of SEOs shaking in their boots.

What about the farm?? The old man was shaking in tears.

Lacking sufficient light in their minds, they conjure up dangerous things which leave them shaking in fear.

Look confident even if you are shaking in your boots When meeting an interviewer make a great first impression.

I remember Ann, an English lecturer, hot with anger, come into our class from comforting a man she'd found weeping and shaking in the corridor.

In 10% of cases "shake from" is used

My house shook from the explosions.

Like I was shaking from the inside.

By Allah, had there been no fear of Him, This cot would be shaking from side to side.

Most of the stone had been shaken from the great dome, leaving standing the naked framework of steel.

If the ground shakes from the aftershocks, the people here don't even bother acknowledging it, its so common.

In 9% of cases "shake like" is used

He spoke with a tremor and shook like a leaf.

By this stage the train was hurtling along, shaking like crazy and it was Jeremy could do to hang on.

DJ Mayumi then closed the night with superb hip-hop tones that left everyone shaking like a Polaroid picture.

We just about managed to get the Interpreter to the doorway to speak to this guy but he was shaking like a leaf.

Slightly unnerved that every time I refresh the page, the Channel 4 feed I'd watching shakes like it's the first print of Nosferatu or something.

In 4% of cases "shake for" is used

The same result was achieved when the soil suspension was shaken for 20 minutes.

Good luck and have fun! Play this game to prepare sandwiches, make coffee and fruit shakes for the customers.

In 4% of cases "shake to" is used

Faith in violence has been shaken to its roots but faith in nonviolence has still not sprouted.

Then do the hill-tops shake to the summit -- -then is the bed of the deep laid bare, That the Sons of Mary may overcome it, pleasantly sleeping and unaware.

In 3% of cases "shake as" is used

The earth shook as the battle was engaged.

Earth shakes as a result almost everyday in some part of the world and every so often it turns into disaster.

In 3% of cases "shake at" is used

Off to see Alabama Shakes at the Acadamy this Monday.

We had them shaking at 1-0 up at their place, an opportunity we let slip far too quickly.

In 3% of cases "shake during" is used

The whole house used to shake during the airstrikes.

In 3% of cases "shake off" is used

Maybe the surviving dried grass has popped back up and shaken off the black.

That said, Offaly are now a comfortable senior team well able to hold their own and have shaken off their junior and intermediate tags.

A shaking off of the dust of the Exile and its shame and a return to a Jewish state of our own created with the fire and the spitting of Jewish guns.

In 3% of cases "shake out" is used

They will be shaken out of the camp of God's people, leaving the 144000 alone as standing for God on earth.

This includes the nominal Christian that will become intimidated and that will be shaken out of the camp of God's people by this period of intense persecution.

In 3% of cases "shake under" is used

Early in the morning of January 17, 1995, the earth shook under Kobe.

In 2% of cases "shake on" is used

The federal parliamentary Labor Party was shaken on one side by the formation of a ' Lang Labor ' faction led by New South Wales Labor leader Jack Lang.

In 1% of cases "shake according" is used

The occupants of the car were left badly shaken according to a relative speaking on RTE's Liveline radio show.

In 1% of cases "shake across" is used

Their last EP had dance floors shaking across the globe with an infectious combination of electro, rock and dubstep -- a sound the duo have dubbed Rocktronica.

In 1% of cases "shake into" is used

Everything had shaken into place and everyone on the tour, bands and crew alike, had fixed routines to follow, which saved them from having to think too hard.

In 1% of cases "shake of" is used

Also sitting here still shaking of today's indulgence as well, intentionally waited until after weigh-in and photo for the indulgence.