Prepositions after Verbs

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


tailor to, for, from, toward or towards?

  • Our aid is tailored to each family's unique situation.
  • My wonderful husband and I used to do comedy shows tailored for seniors.
  • Ahead of we commence, let's evaluation some recommendations I tailored from Alchemist custom: Rule #1: As it is over, so it is beneath.
  • I did a newspaper article a while back for a college that had an entire program tailored toward helping women with children achieve their degrees.
  • The children are to be tailored towards developing a habit for reading.
  • Just as it was in the past, Jasmine Lounge serves its legendary tea sets from morning to evening, with selections tailored according to the different times of day.
  • Sternberg's (Band of Outsiders) khakis are tailored like dress pants, and the details are largely sewn by hand, including buttonholes and split waistbands, which can be altered easily.
  • My take on this is that it is imperative for Somaliland to separate allowing for diversity and tailoring of its needs to itself.

traffic in, for, to, into or across?

  • Dan Arnold was mentioned in reference to trafficking in narcotics and arms in the U.
  • A 15-year-old Somalian girl was rescued from a brothel after being trafficked to Ireland.
  • Mr Cunningham said women as young as 14 are being trafficked into Ireland.
  • In 2005, up to 800,000 women were reportedly trafficked across Indian borders.
  • In Wexford, Sligo and Kilkenny, children have been trafficked according to the report.
  • The girl recalled being trafficked through at least two airports before arriving in Ireland.
  • Overview India's Dept of Women &; Children estimated in 2009 that 3 million women are trafficked throughout the country every year -- 40% of whom are minors.
  • Infact there is need for a specialized unit trained on issues of trafficking within the security enforcement agents.

"tax at" or "tax on"?

  • Royalties and lump sum payments are taxed at 20 to 30 percent.
  • You will also be taxed on gifts.
  • I don't support Capital Gains Tax in any shape or form.
  • The precedent is now set, you can be taxed for anything.
  • Although the event had just started, the staff seemed somewhat taxed by and unprepared for the crowd.
  • Or anything about us all being taxed to death from the day we were born till the day we kick up daisies.
  • To at least some of them any taxation was theft, but many of them felt they were being taxed without proper representation.
  • Meaning thereby the goods incorporated in such contract must be leviable to VAT or sales tax as sale of goods.
  • Tax Privileges and Planning Procedures DDDA is exempted from Corporation Tax under S220 and Capital Gains Tax under S610 of the Taxes Consolidation Act 1997.
  • We would replace corporation tax and capital gains tax with a tax on flows of income.
  • Taxed from the permitted sale and export of flora and fauna and other resources from protected areas; b.
  • Therefore the sale of this portion of the garden, either on its own or with the house, will be liable to capital gains tax irrespective of when it is sold and the total acreage of the garden.
  • He also estimates how much additional tax revenue would be generated if religions were taxed like corporations.
  • Your net profit is even taxed through your own personal IRD number on individual income tax rates, so it doesn't get any simpler than this.

tear between, from, by, into or to?

  • However I'd torn between the two.
  • He gave a cry as the scales tore from his back - then a cry of joy.
  • In 1092, Malik Shah died, and the Seljuk Empire became torn by civil war.
  • Many are tearing into Jackson and making fun of him.
  • I see their shells, bright crimson tracers, tearing through the wings and fuselage.
  • But this family has been torn to shreds.
  • If I was involved in the church I would be wanting the cancer torn out of it once and for all.
  • With its talons and beak it tore at his flesh, flying off with a prize of human meat.
  • And I saw the new friend tearing in one corner.
  • If the mine is stepped on while buried, it can tear off the foot or the leg.
  • I felt extremely torn about this.
  • They tore away from old women packages and bedding by force.
  • Lott seems genuinely torn with regard to how he should feel about a team that he says was one of the most passionate he has ever been around.
  • This was bad news for the two tykes tearing along the track on their trailies, as they disppeared round the corner straight into the arms of the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust guy.
  • I do nt want to be tearing down the road at 140kmh, but I do nt want to be stuck at 90kmh full throttle either.
  • Hinduism is the soil into which India's roots are struck, and torn of that she will inevitably wither, as a tree torn out from its place.

target at, by, for, to or in?

  • This was targeted at not-Conservatives.
  • The report states that no journalists were targeted by the U.
  • The airport in Beirut was targeted for some reason.
  • This is not targeted to normal Proton buyers.
  • No one I knew was ever targeted in those riots.
  • Whom PRI targeted with their bribes (PRD voters or those who would have stayed home and those who would have voted for a third party) Now we know that PRI received 3.
  • After that, Algiers and Iran are going to be targeted as the French President Nicolas Sarkozy declared.
  • Targeting on any large ad network still sucks.
  • The 4700 tractor is targeted towards bulk haul, local delivery and construction applications.
  • BJ Misar, former DGP Increase security at public places Pune is being targeted because of its strategic proximity to the Indian financial capital Mumbai.
  • He is a recipient of an NIH RO1 award for the molecular imaging and targeting of pituitary tumors.
  • Excellent site usability is necessary for all sites -- those targeted toward younger demographics may actually have older shoppers accessing them.

"taste like", "taste of" or "taste in"?

  • They almost tasted like seaweed.
  • It's some of the best Thai food you'll taste in Britain.
  • It tastes of smokey bacon and ash.
  • We give out free tea tasting at your facility too.
  • Then leave to rest, carve and season to taste with flaked sea salt and black pepper.
  • Add the vinegar and scotch bonnets Add to the beans pot the rice and salt to taste as well as enough water to cover it all.
  • He let her open lips rest on his closed ones, tasting for a moment, the salt of tortillas.
  • In his childhood, he tasted to the full the bitterness of life in the old society.
  • In the end they both taste about the same! True history and legend are intertwined when it comes to St.
  • The wine is deep purple-red in color and was tasted after 30 minutes in decanter.
  • What are the offerings? Mango Juice, Apple Juice and Milk Cold Cuts and Cheese which I only tasted on our last day.
  • We may have to taste through a few bottles of bad wine to discover them, but discover them we will.
  • Why? Because I will be tasting without context.

"thrust into" or "thrust upon"?

  • She was thrust into it after the downfall of her husband.
  • Now UCI is having verification thrust upon it.
  • So I stayed at home and practiced straight thrusts in quarte and sixte to a fireside armchair.
  • As is usual with those things, the hope of an expectant British nation was thrust on her slender shoulders.
  • The edge near the tip was thicker to increase the durability during thrusting through harder targets.
  • Within days of his wife's assassination in late December Mr Zardari was thrust onto the political centre-stage.
  • Wherever whales were to be found they were very sure to feel the harpoon thrust to their vitals by a Vineyard arm.

tinker with, around, on, in or about?

  • A man tinkers with a small primus stove.
  • The only ideas they have are to tinker around the edges whilst we head for catastophe.
  • When he's not writing or tinkering on the latest gadget, he enjoys.
  • During the day it was smoggy, but Jakarta is really pretty at night when the lights come on, as the city tinkers like fairylights.

"transpire in" or "transpire during"?

  • The last update on the Zubr deal transpired in April 2010 (here).
  • No announcement was subsequently made about what transpired during those sessions.
  • Our numbers may have been small but we roared and clapped for what transpired on screen.
  • I am not sure what transpired at home when we were at the mosque for nearly an hour after the breakfast.
  • We pray that letting everyone know of all the things that has transpired with our situation, will help someone to leave this lifestyle, or not go into it.
  • What transpires within Katsu is a growing love affair with the process of working in the film industry.
  • I narrated everything that transpired between GuyB and I.
  • A lot sure transpired over the weekend, and then over the 2 public holidays.
  • Answers: What transpires about what? If youre not insured then your estate is quite simply whichever property you've.
  • The game will transpire across two maps; a forest and an abandoned hospital, but there are plans to make further levels post-release with an estimated of eight in total.
  • Some of the hadith reports that give graphic accounts of what will transpire after death are suspect.
  • You fully understand that hypworks can not and will not be held responsible for any negative repercussions that may transpire by adhering to any advice, assumptions, or information given.
  • We thank you for your patronage and would like to mention a few aspects, that I think i need to transpire to our first time guests.

"taint by" or "taint with"?

  • The war policy is tainted by politics.
  • In legal parlance, their explanations are tainted with bias and/or self interest.
  • The roadmap is not inclusive in regarding barring the Somali intellectuals who are not tainted as well as the voiceless grassroots community to participate.
  • May be an isolated event put forth by some samsung team with lack of ethics, but still, the name of the comany is tainted for me.
  • You don't want her to feel that the start of her relationship with you was somewhat tainted in any way.

teeter on, between, alongside, atop or by?

  • America was teetering on a Great Depression.
  • At first glance, it seems like an unusual design that teeters between innovative and ludicrous.
  • I was teetering by the time the third set reached a tie-breaker, and Murray actually won it.
  • It doesn't actually balance, it sort of teeters from one point to the other.
  • However, I got a note from Robert Teeter of San Jose, California, who had wondered about it himself.

thrill with, by, at, to or about?

  • Z was thrilled with the big bed.
  • Not all black Americans were thrilled by the Garvey movement.
  • She genuinely thought I would be thrilled at the news.
  • You will thrill to their budding love and consummation of that love.
  • Their kids may not always be thrilled about it.
  • It's just an overlarge xiao long bao for people who thrill after ostentatious display of gluttony.
  • Infertility is not colour blind and when I see these older ladies with their long awaited precious babies, I feel so thrilled for them.
  • A tremor of excitement thrilled through the darkened Restaurant as the vast golden dome above them began very very slowly to dim, to darken, to fade.

"trawl through" or "trawl for"?

  • Trawling through the lists proved tedious but fruitful.
  • The MSM only ever trawl for the bad Catholic experiences to suit their own agenda.

"tug at" or "tug on"?

  • Her fingers tugged at the cord above her head.
  • Use your lips to tug on hers and slightly bite on her lips at the same time.
  • The following dialogue begins just after he has shared with me -- quite out of the blue -- that he once went to a rub and tug by accident.
  • The ship, which was first launched in 1797, is stationed in Charlestown, and periodically is tugged into the harbour for historical display.

terrify of, by, for, at or about?

  • Referees are terrified of issuing red cards.
  • Stags are terrified by people and motor vehicles during the hunt.
  • I'd terrified for my friend going into the air force.
  • The demons are all terrified at this ominous and frightening occurrence.
  • Lucille is terrified about something, and it is this fear which destabilises her, and has her seeking refuge in an asylum.
  • They are terrified as to what KP may say whilst commentating for ESPN and 2.
  • The ears and tail are sort of cute, and the eyes, albiet terrifying in their constant swirling and darting, are impressive for LED toy eyes.
  • I still can't understand what Sir Alex out took two of the most direct players for one who can hold onto a ball owing to his languidness and one who was played terrifying out of position.
  • I was terrified to showcase my writing to everyone, let alone to an editor.
  • I am terrified after a few experiences during the check-ups I've had at QE.
  • I was terrified because of what could happen to my participants and translators.

tarnish by, in, with, after or as?

  • Everyone else has been tarnished by a bottom two appearance.
  • Against such a backdrop Neelan's reputation will no longer remain tarnished in the eyes of certain segments of the Tamil people.
  • Mixed with some chain that I tarnished with boiled egg.
  • However, if you have pointed out that the actual copper ceiling tiles are starting so that you can tarnish after that will want to purchase a cleaner you can use to eliminate the tarnish.
  • I probably know who I'd choose if asked the question, but lets respect pure ability rather than tarnish on the basis of eccentricities.

"trespass on" or "trespass in"?

  • These spirits react angrily whenever people trespass on their territory.
  • TNB won't trespass into the house unless allowed by the tenant.
  • BUT AO is giving free download of BTIKM now and has promised upgrades and exclusives if you order TRESPASSING from them.
  • My take on freedom is that it ends where it trespasses upon someone else 's, and threats do cross the line.

"tow to" or "tow by"?

  • It's time professors stop cow towing to the powers that be.
  • See wild reindeer and meet the locals who make a living from their herds, ride on a sled towed by huskies and, perhaps best of all, see the Northern Lights.
  • Across Marsh, Tagish, and Bennett (seventy miles of lakes ), they flew so fast that the man whose turn it was to run towed behind the sled at the end of a rope.
  • The 188m Allegra is being towed at the end of a 400m cable by the French fishing vessel the Trvignon at a stately six knots an hour.
  • In another trial using zinc cadmium sulphide, a generator was towed along a road near Frome in Somerset where it spewed the chemical for an hour.
  • The car owners are bothered only when their precious vehicles are towed away, he observed.

thirst for, in, after, at or like?

  • It may sound corny but I actually thirst for your kisses.
  • The villagers reported the dead animal to the forest staff, who took their time to reach the spot and declared that the animal had probably died of dehydration and thirst in search of water.
  • We all dream, hope and thirst after freedom and we savor every inch of freedom we are given.

thwart by, in, at, due or with?

  • And for the second time, they were thwarted by some dogged batting.
  • Sodd's First Law: When a person attempts a task, he or she will be thwarted in that task by the unconscious intervention of some other presence (animate or inanimate).
  • This nonchalance was soon thwarted at the sight of thousands of families huddled in Buenos Aires ' central bus station, Retiro.
  • There can not be two views on the fact that such attempts must be thwarted with the full power of a state that is intent on protecting its democratic foundations.

"trample on", "trample by" or "trample upon"?

  • Wouldn't want to trample on their precious rights as an individual.
  • Individual liberties and rights were trampled upon.
  • Gold-and-Purple was trampled by Blue-and-White.
  • He again was seen dropping it down and trampling over it.
  • Her reputation was trampled under the feet of all men.
  • Winston G 12/29/2010 - 1:05 PM Justice is TOO IMPORTANT a matter to be trampled with.

"trek to" or "trek through"?

  • From here, you can trek to little Meru and return to the saddle hut for o/n.
  • Happiest when trekking through South East Asia.
  • We trekked across very barren, dusty, dry land to approach the school.
  • One piece of advice, its best to trek in the morning, than in the afternoon.
  • From there, trek for 8km through the Dumbara Jungles and the Water Falls could be seen to the right.
  • Now, remember the dark road we trekked on the way to the island?
  • At 8:30am leave Moshi for Machame Gate where you will meet the Summit Odyssey porters, guides and cooks that will spend the next seven days trekking with you to the Uhuru Peak, the roof of Africa.
  • Two blatantly **25;10115;TOOLONG showmen, yourself and Scherk, trek from the swamp up to SOLO.
  • I like to trek around Mahiyanga next.
  • Usually people keep a day for tiger's nest, that way you can trek at your own convenience.
  • After setting up camp we began trekking into the jungle.
  • If I was doing super-long treks like you, Chris, the NEX would be the obvious choice.
  • When the episode ended, it was too late to trek out of town, but voters still had time to get to the polling station.

tack on, onto, to, across or as?

  • I'd like to tack on something to consider.
  • Because Wilson insisted on keeping Article Ten tacked onto to the Versailles Treaty, the US Senate rejected it by 55 votes to 39 in November 1919.
  • We then come out on the opposite tack and either begin our trip back upwind (point F ), or tack across the beach to set up for another downwind leg (point G).
  • Buggy pilots rarely use tack as a verb because we usually change direction by turning downwind, a maneuver known as a jibe (sometimes spelled gybe).
  • They didn't read the forecast very well and now they're trying to tack in a different direction.

tally with, in, for, up or at?

  • Bank Advice - details should tally with the check/s.
  • Les Ferdinand scored 29 goals during the season his best seasons tally in a Newcastle United shirt.
  • In the end he managed to finish third place to take his points tally for the season to 116 points - 48 behind Championship leader Fernando Alonso, who was taken out on the opening lap.
  • If you don't want to tally up to God's way of living and things and worship, you don't have to do it.
  • The turnout, largely affected by the boycott, is tallied at 37.
  • SunSentinel/Daniel Niblock A future where votes are cast on touchscreen machines and instantly tallied by computers has a superficial appeal.
  • If we get a good points tally out of those we are back in the mix, and that is what we are looking for.
  • The win extended Muschett's unbeaten run to three games and lifted their points tally to six, the same as defending champions Herbert Morrison Technical High.

"tempt by" or "tempt to"?

  • But oh my I've been tempted by the Chanel ones.
  • Personally, I'd tempted to (re) learn Ruby just to use RubyMotion.
  • When I was young, I was not tempted into extremist Christian theology in order to rebel.
  • It is so easy for us to be tempted in a variety of directions, and when we stray, we impact our entire ministry.
  • Why would anyone knowingly disrupt an essential part of our children's lives in this context? Communities are being tempted with the promise of 21st century schools.
  • He will not allow you to be tempted beyond what you can endure, and He will give you a way out.
  • Luckily, Roo was hungry and able to be tempted away from his Stormtrooper mask (see top) for some food.
  • Matthew 4:1-4 1 Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil.

trap in, by, between, under or inside?

  • I am trapped in a display case.
  • In this case, a Panda trapped by the keyboard.
  • I hope none of this moisture gets trapped between my keys.
  • Some of the occupants were trapped under the overturned raft.
  • Many will be hit by falling debris or are trapped inside the collapsed building.
  • The heat radiation is trapped on the surface.
  • These bans exist for obvious reasons, as a soldier could be trapped for many days without a supply of insulin.
  • Only those who were trapped into debt by the parasites, are stuck farming for a bank.
  • Trapped with hundreds of others.
  • From A Sense of Direction: My friend Tom was trapped at home in a tiny, distant city.
  • Increased risk may result if foreign substances, such as dust or small metal fragments, become trapped behind the contact lens.
  • Mary Wollstonecraft was critical of all the ways women are trapped within notions of femininity which she felt were belittling.

"trick into" or "trick by"?

  • The fact that important people could vouch for him did not change error into truth, or change tricks into miracles.
  • Do not be tricked by fancy design features and brilliant colours.
  • Welles also pulls a subtle, but effective, trick on the audience by his choice of presenting the movie in non-linear flashbacks.
  • Tricks for The Perfect Outdoor **40;6379;TOOLONG.
  • The tips and tricks in this article have been widely proven time and time again.
  • Instead of blogging about your everyday life, offer tips and tricks to your readers to go along with your life such as recipes or travel tips.
  • Because Dish tv confuse the customers by changing their package frequently and play tricks with customers.

"trail by" or "trail in"?

  • Even as late as November 5th, he trailed by 4.
  • He actually trailed in polling in North Carolina and Missouri.
  • Which still leaves us trailing behind city, united and Chelsea.
  • The victory marked just the third time the Irish have won under Kelly after trailing at halftime.
  • Watch the campaign trail from now until November.
  • This whole area is full of mountain trails with innumerable birds, some unique to Jamaica.
  • The groomer crews have done a great job rebuilding trails on both sides of the mountain at Turoa and Whakapapa.
  • With 52 seconds left on the clock Darian Durant hit receiver Greg Carr in the back of the end zone to give them a slim 30-29 lead, after trailing for most of the second half.
  • Oaks trailed to goals from Chelsea Kitchen and Megan Wylde at half-time to a team they had beaten 6-2 in the League Cup last month.
  • Don't leave them trailing across walkways.
  • There is also a log maze, woodland dens, a children's play area and family walking trails through the grounds.
  • There are several short hiking trails around the visitor center and displays inside the visitors center provides information on the natural history of the region.
  • The largest smokestack of all was sending out a cloud of black smoke which trailed into nothingness as it van- ished over Loon Mountain to the southeast.
  • September sales trailed off mid-month as the annual back-to-school shopping season ended.
  • Allah will not look at one who allows his lower garment to trail out of vanity.

triple in, from, to, by or since?

  • The oil price has more than tripled in the past decade.
  • University enrollement tripled from 135,000 in 2003 to 400,000 in 2008.
  • This tripled to 18 per cent in 2004.
  • Census Bureau estimates that the world's 65-and-older population is projected to triple by mid-century, from 516 million in 2009 to 1.
  • It is said the costs of finding oil have tripled since 2001.
  • This goes double or triple for when they're subsamples of national polls.
  • Omar Infante tripled off the left-field wall and scored on Cabreras single.
  • He'll have a lot more doubles and triples at the Rogers Centre.
  • Government spending as a function of GDP more than tripled under FDR's first four years.
  • Its population, now of the order of 150,000, had tripled within a generation.

"tuck into" or "tuck in"?

  • Soldiers serving into Afghanistan tucked into flag-shaped cake while U.
  • First, tuck in the top and bottom.
  • They can be stored rolled up and tucked under some bungee around your tank.
  • In Polynesian cultures such as Hawaii, a flower tucked behind the right ear means you're single (and ready to mingle).
  • Secure with a ribbon and hang on your door knobs or tuck inside your drawers.
  • And they have one of our nicest skating rinks tucked against the side of the building.
  • Their Scot-Irish heritage was rich in songs sung by generations of mountain people, tucked away from the world in the remote hollows and valleys of Appalachia.
  • The Southwest Florida city is tucked beneath a thick oak and pine canopy and is rich with archeological history,.
  • Thank God wen the guy pulled down his troussier, behold d ' thing ' neatly tucked between his thigh.
  • The garden's fenced entrance, tucked on a dimly lit stretch of Pacific Street, seemed to be a popular target for urination, and looked like a toilet by the end of the evening, Michelle said.
  • Use serveware that reflects the mood and don't forget to bring a happy flower to your guest -- it could be on their plate or for a slightly more formal evening tucked along with their napkins.
  • Have a drink at Black Dog, Bali The trendiest spot in town, Black Dog is tucked down a side street in Seminyak near to Bintang supermarket.
  • It was nip and tuck for the first 20 minutes or so, with the sides trading scores of exceptional quality.

tremble with, in, under, for or at?

  • The earth trembles with his thunder.
  • Incorrect: He was trembling in rage.
  • In future I need no longer tremble for the Ministry.
  • He raced through the vestry and back to his cottage, where he jumped into bed and stayed trembling under the covers till morning.
  • He got out of his bed and stood a moment by the window looking at the moonshine-flooded garden and trembling at the thing he meant to do.
  • Even if you tremble beneath the skirts of your patrons, we will find you.
  • After his dinner, he helped in serving dishes, his arm trembling from the weight of the food.
  • Rifkah is suddenly caught and is trembling like an earthquake.
  • Still trembling after this first visit from the muse, I held out to them the paper with the lines of verse.
  • There are fragile elements on the inside of quality cameras that may turn out to be quickly damaged on account of trembling as well as something similar to high humidness.
  • They are a great counter against heroes who rely on invisibility to survive, like Madman, Scout or Tremble during the laning phase.
  • I trembled upon that verge when my father could either ruin or save me.

torture by, in, to, for or with?

  • He's being burned and tortured by demons.
  • Torture in a public school is as much licensed as the knout in Russia.
  • He was tried, convicted, and tortured to death.
  • Hope helped kidnap, torture for 10 hrs, than burn alive, 12-yr-old Shanda Sharer.
  • Originally Posted by Hannah Re Kierkegaard: I was tortured with his depressing texts both at school and university but managed to forget most of it since.
  • In reality, we are a means for their torture because the more they hurt us the more they will be tortured on the Day of Judgement and after.
  • The stories of his heroic deeds and torture at the hands of the tyrant may well be pure inventions.
  • Chowdhury's family alleged that he was tortured during his initial interrogation, but police denied the charges.
  • Galileo was tortured into recanting his conclusions that the Earth moved.
  • It wasn't tortured out of me, I gave it up willingly, in the knowledge and hope that it might help someone else.
  • Let the sinner know that he will be tortured throughout all eternity, in those senses which he made use to sin.

tether to, for, in, with or at?

  • Boat tethered to tree in secluded part of broads.
  • Customers with non-unlimited plans can tether for free.
  • The folks at ExtremeTech point out that AT &T; has already very quietly changed their plans to include tethering in the base price for new customers.
  • Standard tether with a larkshead only.
  • But for those who want to feel the exhilaration of not being tethered by a rope, a free flight is the way to go.
  • We tethered on a few occasions, mostly to check email on a laptop and send a few attachments, and never noticed any major issues.
  • However, there are some upsides: AT &T; (and soon, other carriers) now include tethering as part of their wireless plans ' base price.
  • Though Ninja's aren't usually tethered like that.
  • On the flipside, you can easily use Tep's device to surf on your laptop, while tethering through an iPhoneTrip SIM may or may not cause headaches depending on how heavily you abuse it.

"tag with" or "tag in"?

  • The RCULS is tagged with a 5% coupon to it.
  • Rey tags in and nails 619 on Ricardo.
  • It was at this point that the supervisor noticed the luggage tags on my bag.
  • Tag to Rhodes and a double suplex connects.
  • See if you can tag along with a more experienced buddy team.
  • Yeah, it is the election that has been tagged as the make or break by many.
  • Also, call me lazy but I prefer tagging by pressing one button rather than messing about with all those actions.
  • However the tags for the Cat Bear were made but not the actual Bear.
  • The good news is, you can remove skin tags at home.
  • Why won't my tagged businesses cross-post to the Recent Posts by Others? Say I have Business X that I tag from my Business A page.
  • She was originally tagged near Windsor and recently was seen in Guilford, Clinton, Killingworth, and Madison.
  • Hares used for coursing must be tagged prior to release and not used for coursing again.
  • This is what gives you the font, font size and heading tags within your email.

"tread on" or "tread upon"?

  • The floors look like kids never trod on them.
  • I noticed indeed that our feet tread upon a solid surface, while our nostrils breath a.
  • If you come across any stones or treads in the flint, remove them.
  • Dimmesdale were really going to die, it was cause enough, that the world was not worthy to be any longer trodden by his feet.
  • I've been treading through sites and found nothing but strictly to the book people who will copy and paste the answer I'd looking for.
  • Her matronly fame was trodden under all men's feet.
  • Some were drenched in a tasty Jack Daniel's BBQ sauce (sweet, sour and smoky) and the others in a suicidal Buffalo sauce (really spicy, tread with caution).
  • But the Mail believes this is an icy downhill path, which we tread at our utmost peril.
  • We must be cautious and not tread into doubtful matters - which was another one of the beautiful and noble characteristics.
  • Did they manage to tell interesting stories given that they got a chance at a fresh start? Or did they simply end up treading over the same ground, not as well.

"twist into" or "twist in"?

  • Twist into a knot and secure with bobby pins.
  • This pain creates crookedness and twisting in the back.
  • He told us that his comments had been twisted by the media.
  • Easy to twist on bedroom hands.
  • Do one set this way and then change to twisting to the other side.
  • When she woke up, the physical wedding ring on her hand was twisted like paper.
  • He groaned and twisted with pain and pleasure.
  • Only problem is I feel so much better I keep forgetting I am not supposed to bend or twist for at least 6 weeks and do worry about dislocation.
  • Railway lines are twisted out of shape and rail communication to and from the affected area is broken off.
  • Don't end up bitter and twisted about what might have.
  • But what they expect is definitely not what they get, and what starts out as fun turns dark and twisted after the discovery of a DVD with a sinister message: Vengeance is mine.
  • Thankfully, ACIII's story finally brings Desmond's arc to a conclusion and, more importantly, it does so in a satisfying, thrilling way, with plenty of action and twists along the way.
  • Apparently her foot, twisted at birth, had developed a infection from a cut she got as she hobbled through the streets of Kuta begging barefoot.
  • For each string, Dr Osaki twisted between 3,000 and 5,000 individual strands of silk in one direction to form a bundle.
  • If she had been thirty years old we would have let her make her own adjustment, but she was so young we were afraid she might harden with it all twisted inside her.
  • Talking of boardwalks -- the little wooden boardwalk section (with the patchy surface) east of Rosebank Road twisting through the mangroves.
  • Sadly, even my text is copied and twisted without having a good understanding of what I have told.

trace to, in, through, from or on?

  • King's paternal side that traces to Ireland.
  • Rowlands humorously traces in the book.
  • Whatever curves there are look like they were traced from circle templates.
  • Down's syndrome can be traced through families in less than 1% of people with the condition.
  • In the North Atlantic the polar front can often be traced on weather maps as a continuous line over thousands of kilometres.
  • Her medical records could not be traced at the local dispensary where she was reportedly treated.
  • If they try, they will be tracked and traced by satellites, then hunted down and imprisoned or killed.
  • Looked on track and trace for HDNL.
  • Thalium is the only one that can not be traced after some times.
  • The embankment is being traced along its route towards Luxor temple, there is still lots of excavation to be done and it is unknown how far this extends.
  • The decorations are traced around cardboard patterns, then cut from bright coloured plastic in bright pinks, yellow, blue, green, silver and gold, or painted on tinplate in the case of panels.
  • The African pithecanthropus left more fossil traces behind him than modern Africans since the exodus.

"terminate by", "terminate at" or "terminate in"?

  • Indefinite fasts terminated by temporary promises and permanent betrayals.
  • Each measured 75 feet by 25 feet; their south ends terminated in semicircular apses penetrated by three large round windows.
  • This terminates at Yangtai Mountain).
  • At least, it has not terminated for over 60 years.
  • The cable must be terminated with a 50-ohm terminator resistor.
  • It's obvious the every program in this language terminates after some steps.
  • Some S$25 billion notional amount of IRS trades were terminated during the portfolio compression exercise on Nov 23, 2012.
  • WARNING: As you will soon see, it is dangerous for a parent to terminate without waiting for the death of its child.
  • After only a short time with the company Ms S had her employment terminated because of what the employer claimed was redundancy.
  • This ensured that the parent process terminated before the child.
  • All the refree that coach at villa park yesterday should be autormaticaly be terminated from football.
  • The Buddha typically has elongated earlobes, urna and wavy hair swept backwards and terminating into topknot.
  • It terminates beside the opposite nostril, where it links to the stomach channel.
  • How no-one was summarily terminated over that fiasco is beyond us, but this very fact makes it clear that incentives to perform with competence are non-existent in OPM land.
  • The iddah would terminate upon commencement of the third menstrual cycle.

toss in, into, out, with or around?

  • At this point, he's tossed in the towel.
  • I got a few smacks here and there, tossed into walls, etc.
  • But those cases are starting to be tossed out of court.
  • Our greens were a lightly flavored sweet potato leaf tossed with garlic.
  • The casual way in which both candidates have tossed around anti-China rhetoric is, for several reasons, more irresponsible and ill-timed than ever.
  • However, if he starts playing that waiting game, he gets tossed off my interest.
  • For example, we have a considerable fund of evidence on coin tossing from the results of our own experiments, the testimony of others, our knowledge of some of the relevant physics, and so on.
  • So don't pass by that penny When you're feeling blue, It may be a penny from heaven That an Angel's tossed to you.
  • If that is old school Chicago, excuse me while I toss on new pair skivvies as these are a tad moist.
  • When Robin is battling Baron on the castle wall and is tossed of by the Baron's magical power.
  • Do not make us face the bitter irony of seeing this kind of capacity and expertise tossed onto the scrap heap under a female Premier and a female Mayor.
  • A brick was tossed through a city official's window, city-council members were peppered with threatening emails and letters, and the FBI was called in.
  • The empty bottles and cans which the lumberjacks had for many years been tossing among the young hardwoods had been shoveled onto trucks and the whole area made neat and dean.
  • Then, the garbage tossed over the side stopped going away.

"tolerate by" or "tolerate in"?

  • For, terror would not be tolerated by the State.
  • Such behavior would never be tolerated in our telephony market.
  • Imuran is generally tolerated without serious adverse effects.
  • Racism should not be tolerated for obvious reasons.
  • The Bible doesn't ask us to be tolerate of sin.
  • Racist remarks will not be tolerated on this forum.
  • It isn't something we're meant to tolerate with muted acceptance.
  • Discrimination and racism must not be tolerated at any cost.
  • Our concern group is not tolerated inside China, but the Chinese authorities allow us to set up here, and the same with the Falun Gong; the same with the June Fourth candlelight vigil.
  • Serbia's minimal cooperation in the opening of its archives has also been tolerated rather than being treated as an obstacle to the country's integration into the European Union.

tune into, for, to, in or at?

  • All that's left now is to tune into CNN.
  • Stay tuned for more on this event.
  • Attempt to add pictures or tunes to your blog.
  • Tune in beginning at 6 am on Monday!! Do.
  • But capacitance controls which frequency the antenna is best tuned at.
  • Octaves From this standardized A of 440Hz (A440) all the other notes around it can be tuned from this single note.
  • Drumming workshop was the best drumming I have ever heard My friend Mick playing some comedy tunes on the guitar.
  • Stay tuned as the pieces start to role out! Management vs.
  • This has to fit inside the plastic pipe fitting above, and is tuned by moving the brass nut.
  • These twelve notes are called swaras; they are not tuned like the notes of the chromatic scale (please see below).
  • After a slow start, Blair seems to be in tuned with the team's starting unit.

"testify to", "testify in" or "testify before"?

  • Even the apostles of Christ testify to this.
  • Advocates or later to testify before this court.
  • Even Oracle directors have had to testify in court.
  • A scheming wife testifies against her husband in a shocking murder trial.
  • Every service people would come and testify about God's healing.
  • The crewman was testifying at a federal trial in Virginia.
  • Committee Hearing You can attend hearings and testify on a bill.
  • Subversion remains the PLA's most lethal weapon as is testified by the contents of Unrestricted Warfare.
  • She testified for the government about how her son, Jamal Aweys Sheikh Bana, disappeared one morning never to return.
  • On two occasions at least, Ayoub testified as a specialist on Islam in Canadian trials.
  • As I've said before I think some people are testifying under duress.
  • State Department spokesman Mark Toner said Clinton will testify after an independent Accountability Review Board presents its findings.
  • The Book of Mormon Testifies of Christ The focus of the Book of Mormon is Jesus Christ, His atoning sacrifice and His gospel.
  • They testify with their temperaments that He who gave them temperaments has no temperament.

tackle by, in, for, with or on?

  • And like weed, it had to be tackled by the root.
  • They lead the country in sacks and tackles for loss.
  • Denver Broncos - Totaled two special teams tackles in a 36-14 loss.
  • I am especially a fan of the powerful Adusei who is built like a rock and tackles with great passion.
  • It has to be tackled on a case-to-case basis.
  • Their influence and their way are to be tackled before all essential problems could be sorted.
  • Disaster prevention and mitigation's impact is best tackled through regional co-operation.
  • Run, fight, tackle to the final whistle display, leave it all on the field.
  • Miss Daphne also tackled about the lifestyle features of the Windows 8, in relation to the Windows Phone 8, with Mr.
  • I know that if I tackle into my work, my mood will lift so why don't I do it??? It's the motivation that is the killer.
  • O'Brien picks great lines and shrugs off the last gasp tackles of opposing players better than any flanker I watched in the 2010/11 season.
  • He noted that 45kilometers of roads are tackled as the Roads Engineering Management accesses areas where this rehabilitation should take place.
  • He is for some reason overlooked?? Probably because he can not tackle like Gerrard and Parker.
  • Right from the opening kick-off when Butcher was tackled off the ground and received the first penalty, there were hints this would be no ordinary game.
  • Australia was falling off their tackles and was struggling around the contact zone and the breakdowns; they missed a total of 21 tackles over the 80 minutes.

tweet about, from, to, at or in?

  • While in Germany I would have been Tweeting about it like crazy.
  • Karen McVeigh is tweeting from the court.
  • Question: Is it poor etiquette/best to publicly tweet to a follower when they voice a concern or issue in their status.
  • There is also a lot of overlap in the words they tweet at similar frequencies, which we would expect, given that they speak the same language and share a considerable overlap in vocabulary.
  • Philip Jordan tweeted on Sunday night that as you get older, defeats get even harder to accept.
  • Meanwhile we have sports reporters (and even people tweeting for major bookmakers) saying ' odds on ' when they mean ' odds against ' (pet hate).
  • Tweet along with us with the hashtag #TextorNext and your tweets could.
  • Never at a loss to put on a show, Sutter was not only tweeting during the panel, but handing out swag to fans who correctly answered trivia questions.
  • Tweet after tweet, line after line.
  • This is the moron that refuses to attend the SOU speechs and tweets like a child on how he hates President Obama.
  • One Twitter message I've been tweeting since morning and people have loved it.
  • So Dave can tweet with he fans.
  • You can easily whip it out as often as you want to tweet without getting crazy looks from the people around you.

tie to, with, for, into or in?

  • He is now cap-tied to Scotland.
  • With 22 points they are tied with RPI.
  • Luck is tied for 31st in passer rating (72.
  • This ties into question 1 addressed by RI.
  • The trick is to tie in the big whigs.
  • France were second with 2021 while China and US were tied at 2019.
  • She said many had died with their hands tied behind their backs.
  • But the more it fought, the more it got tied by the ropes of the trap.
  • Sweep bangs to the side and slip on a thin headband or tie on a piece of ribbon.
  • Proper dress is encouraged, if you wear long pants or a long skirt you will need a sash tied around the waist.
  • Tie between employment and health care subsidy is made real and monetized, so that it can be broken.
  • He had something tied round his head, as yet I could not see what.

transmit to, through, by, from or in?

  • HIV can be transmitted to a virgin.
  • The virus is transmitted through contact with the blood or other body fluids of an infected person.
  • The whole process of the first conference was transmitted by the Rediffusion Television.
  • Disease can also be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy or while giving birth.
  • The message, such as it is, is transmitted in a heavy hand.
  • Is the voice transmitted over the RF network? A.
  • It is also being used in quantum cryptography where code keys are transmitted via squeezed light.
  • This tradition is transmitted on the authority of Abu Bakr, and Abu Kuraib said: Among the ' Ali b.
  • To see how things work, let us assume that TCP is transmitting at just the right level for current conditions.
  • Disadvantage would continue to be transmitted across the generations, and economic growth would be compromised by shortages of knowledge and skill in the work force.
  • This was how the music was transmitted for years and now we have recordings and tunebooks and, er, thesession.
  • The University accepts no liability for any damage caused by any virus transmitted with this e-mail or attachments.

"transform into", "transform by" or "transform from"?

  • The vampires can transform into bats at will.
  • It can only be transformed from one form to another, in this case from good to bad.
  • Then his face is transformed by a wide-mouthed grin.
  • I found that Konkani was not yet transformed in that way.
  • As we transform to wards that we have to over come our problems.
  • The participants themselves testified that their lives had been transformed as a result of the trainings they had received.
  • It seems evident that designers can readily transform between these representation methods.
  • Conceptually, this transformation is similar to the modulus of a 2-D Fourier transform of the spectrogram, localized at each acoustic frequency 18.
  • We asked him to sing something appropriate and when he sang the song from Jesus Christ, Superstar, he was just transformed on the camera monitor I had on the table in front of me.
  • The victim is no longer the victimised as they are transformed through the action into an intermediary of cosmic justice.
  • To the Tathagata, Transforming with Purity, I prostrate.

"tap into" or "tap on"?

  • Are you tapping into your intrinsic.
  • To do this double tap on either shift key.
  • The screen can be tapped at any location as an alternative.
  • S level which has limited the existing manpower that needs to be tapped for development.
  • The full power can not be tapped in this duke.
  • And, with the bigger screen, we now have a larger shutter release button, which is slightly easier to tap by big thumbs.
  • For it's Reyes who has been tapped as the test case for the stock options probe sweeping the nation.
  • In effect, the fix eats up all the money that can prudently be tapped from the economy.
  • After a day of tapping through red mud we suddenly notice the earth is darkened to sooty black and glittering in the morning sun.
  • Tap to Zoom When you double-tap with two fingers in Safari, web page text and graphics scale up smoothly and text remains razor sharp.

"translate into" or "translate to"?

  • Translate into English for your readers.
  • This translated to a waste of $1.
  • Translated by AbulQasim Publishing House, 1997.
  • Translated from Fulcanelli 1964: 312.
  • OTC is translated in the cytosol, and then enters mitochondria.
  • The term Haudenosaunee is a variant of a western Iroquoian dialect that is generally translated as the People of the Longhouse.
  • One in particular was fully in harmony with what you translated for us.
  • Finally, it should be noted that translating between estimates that rely on the various definitions using time-to-death ratios 13 is relatively straightforward.
  • It was not by accident that it was translated on YouTube into Arabic.
  • First, Swedish law is kind of being translated through the UK right now.

transfer to, from, into, between or by?

  • Transfer to your hotel in town.
  • He had to transfer from Sevier Middle to Northwood Middle.
  • Seeing this, Das Ganu's pity was transferred into admiration.
  • You can transfer between funds.
  • Others are expected be transferred by the end of the month.
  • Thanks Sandeep, Previous rejections will not impact H-1 transfer in this case.
  • Whilst in some societies, rings are transferred at the betrothal phase; in the UK this happens at the time of the wedding.
  • Transfer for illegal purpose 84.
  • Tenom was where we would transfer onto the rails for a short journey to our rafting start point.
  • Several months later, he was transferred out of internal affairs.
  • Securities can be transferred through electronic book entry.

"thrive in" or "thrive on"?

  • Arvay has thrived in this combat zone.
  • HW classics thrived on this hope.
  • Edin Dzeko - Man City/Bosnia He may not enjoy his ' super-sub ' tag, but Dzeko certainly seems to thrive as an impact player.
  • Doctors say it is the key to surviving and thriving with the potentially deadly disease.
  • He thrive at hatred He will answer for his deed.
  • Spices such as ginger and turmeric also thrive under palms.
  • Germany thrived after the war because of MMP, the German work ethic and American money.
  • This web site thrives because of its community.
  • Archaeological evidence shows that both Maltese Islands thrived during Roman occupation.
  • Cycling, like grand prix racing, existed and thrived for decades without remote communications.
  • Just a short time ago, your game was thriving from your TLC and creativity.
  • The presence, assistance, and advice of our colleagues have really helped our business to thrive over the past few years.
  • It'll substantiate more potent in addition to thriving through a capsule day-to-day designed for 3 months.
  • Therefore, an important criterion in forming teams is to find members willing to work and thrive within the teamwork concept.
  • The job market is such that people can thrive without degrees.

train in, for, by, at or with?

  • I trained in Kuching until 2007.
  • I want to train for a marathon/triathlon.
  • She was completely trained by 3 y.
  • We trained at Eden Park yesterday.
  • I have been training with Jeremy Boyd for almost 2 years.
  • She was in her 90s and had trained as a nurse in the 1930s.
  • If you race on hills, train on hills.
  • My children walk, take the bus and train to most places.
  • Together we would train from Snap Fitness Palmerston North.
  • Welterweight? Georges St-Pierre, the friend of Pacman who also trained under Freddie Roach.
  • None of them were trained before 3.
  • My kids were all potty trained between 18-24 months.
  • Disconnecting once to swap routers isn't likely to have a huge impact but try not to disconnect too many times as that could make it harder to train into a higher speed.
  • He's a Brazilian who trains like a beast.

tire of, for, in, on or from?

  • Eisenhower never tires of a game of cards.
  • We can check the weather, book a vacation and shop for tires for our car.
  • You like to hear that at least rather than spin your tires in the mud, which has been going on for months.
  • Did I hear that you got a flat tire on the bike? Everyone's saying that.
  • He seems to be tired from the Euros.
  • Don't sell a car tire to a customer looking for a trailer tire.
  • I guess I must have been tired at that point, I could not get the actual meaning of his question aboard.
  • You can easily determine who is serious about the business and who is kicking tires by the steps that they take through your marketing funnel.
  • Hopefully that's not because you've been selling your customers regular passenger or light truck tires instead of dedicated trailer tires.
  • Equally designs painted 16x7 metal metal locomotive's wheels who were installed together with 225/50/16 auto tires plus full-sized spares in metal locomotive's wheels.

"threaten by" or "threaten with"?

  • When they were threatened by George W.
  • Only 37 comments to get threatened with an attorney.
  • Cena goes on and flips out on Punk, threatening to chin check him.
  • Wildlife is threatened in Mongolia.
  • The Catholic Church seemed threatened on all sides.
  • We always fear our appraisals and get threatened about losing our performance bonus.
  • Yet Chelsea were still in the game and looked increasingly threatening as the game wore on.
  • I do not feel threatened at the slightest, however, seeing as how tamed the beast appears.
  • Surely you have some non-hijabi friends who have been threatened for not wearing the hijab.
  • USA and European union are the one most threatened from China.
  • I did my professional job by clicking there pictures, which irked police officials and from that day I was threatened of dire consequences.

"tip for" or "tip on"?

  • This is a great SEO tips for all.
  • For advice and tips on how to handle communication.
  • It's like giving crime tips to a corrupt police department.
  • It also includes snippets of inspirational writings and innkeeper tips from Selena, as well as an action plan on making your own dream come true.
  • You can find beauty tips in many unexpected places.
  • They tipped off the cops source in the state apparatus.
  • The material came with a user's manual that illustrated how to build an explosive device tipped with nuclear materials.
  • The plant encourages these critters to proliferate at roots tips by giving them the dope they want.
  • Long tipped as the next big thing off the Goodison Park production line after Wayne Rooney.
  • Tip into a suitable container and freeze until firm.
  • The cup was famous for its weighted base cup which prevented it from tipping over -- and tommee tippeer was born.
  • Trane -- Trane posts tips about saving on energy costs.
  • Guests normally do not take shots at the host or give work tips during an anniversary party.
  • If you master this terminology by reviewing insurance tips like those below, you will be prepared to choose a good insurance policy, one you can feel confident about.
  • To make things harder Razor has tipped of the local law enforcement of street racing in the area, so you're definitely thrown in at the deep end.
  • As the North Pole tips towards the Sun, the South Pole sees less direct sunlight.

"test for" or "test in"?

  • We have 36 labs to test for MDR TB.
  • BCG was and is tested in animals.
  • It is easy to test on a localhost.
  • She would also be tested by the e-meter.
  • K2mart was tested with Virtuemart 2.
  • But again, the team mentioned that the games economy needs to be tested at scale.
  • This null hypothesis is tested against one of the.
  • After all, QA still must be able to develop test cases and test to them, etc.
  • I know your schedule calls for eight full weeks of testing after code freeze.
  • Today she can be found teaching, writing and speaking about testing as well as working in Extreme Programming teams.
  • Theology makes an assumption that really needs to be tested before the discipline has any worth.
  • According to STRATFOR sources, their loyalty is often tested during their training in the centers form the north of Teheran and Qom.

"touch on" or "touch by"?

  • I'll touch on this in a second.
  • Everyone has been touched by it.
  • In this Paper, several proposals are touched upon.
  • Whatever you touch with it will burn.
  • The slab was wet to touch in some of these holes.
  • We were all touched at the special bond that they shared.
  • They also touched off a firestorm within my brain.
  • Their hands touched for an instant, but neither spoke.
  • Insulting just shows lack of arguments and being touched to the bone.

"throw in", "throw at" or "throw into"?

  • I had to finally throw in the wetsuit.
  • Millions thrown into the 47% in 2008 want OUT.
  • We never once had any abuse thrown at as.
  • We were thrown out of our apartment.
  • I think you guys are waiting to throw on a second disc.
  • I have been thrown off the hill of truth in my own town.
  • He threw for 27 touchdowns, completing 60.
  • All those he captured were thrown to the elephants.
  • The cyclist was thrown from his bike, McDermott said.
  • The labour force participation rate, which can often throw around the result, was unchanged.
  • Low blows were repeatedly thrown by AJ.
  • Strong had been thrown onto the streets after being beaten about the head with a pistol.
  • A tin walkway has been thrown over the slightly expanded lake.
  • I still can't believe the occupy movement seemingly got thrown under the rug.

treat with, as, like, to or in?

  • They are treated with antibiotics 3.
  • They all have to be treated as MURDERERS, PERIOD.
  • Was treated like a hypocondriac.
  • Housemates were treated to a Jamaican feast.
  • The first patient was treated in 1977.
  • How passengers are treated by transit staff.
  • I was treated for my wounds and discharged.
  • She was being treated at Vanderbilt's Burn Unit.
  • Pains of Hell Let us now treat of the pains of Hell, and first of all, of that of sense.
  • Patients should be treated on the basis of clinical findings.
  • Within the drug rehabilitation centres in California, patients are treated through variations of therapies.
  • In this Guide, Macau is treated under each chapter following Hong Kong, with emphasis placed on those areas where the business climate diverges.

travel to, with, in, from or on?

  • I owe my love of travel to him.
  • Will not travel with the stream.
  • They sometimes travel in family groups.
  • We shall travel from Timbucktu to Mopti.
  • The man travels on private jets.
  • And being meat, they can only travel through C space.
  • Travel at night is particularly hazardous.
  • I hated travelling by bus, train etc.
  • I have been fortunate enough to travel around the world.
  • I got mine 5 years ago and it now travels for the holidays.
  • We follow Mouse as he travels across the sea with his friend.
  • You just travel as the wind blows.
  • The lifting component, hoist travels along the bridge to lift materials.
  • Travel between the main cities by (cheap) train.
  • Can I still use my non-New Zealand passport to travel into New Zealand? Yes.
  • They meet with them anytime they travel outside the country.
  • I've traveled throughout the states doing book tours, seminars, and workshops.
  • Grain travels within a developing country unprocessed.

"teach in" or "teach at"?

  • I am currently teaching in China.
  • I mean, I teach now, I teach at NYU.
  • It's taught by wounded healers.
  • You have been taught to hate success and money.
  • They have been taught about nutrition, hygiene and baby care.
  • At no point did I stop teaching for the last one year.
  • English is taught as a second language.
  • Teaching on the morals accepted in school to all students 6.
  • I began teaching from it in the Sixties.
  • And I don't think I've ever taught of him as dangerous to hang around.
  • Like must learning, it must be taught through modeling primarily.
  • In June and July I taught with my full time job at STEC.

trust in, with, by, to or on?

  • I have also not much trust in FG.
  • Know who I trust with a secret kill list? No damn body.
  • No service starts well known and trusted by everybody.
  • But in acupuncture how we can trust to the acupuncturist to be qualified.
  • Juliar can not be trusted on anything.
  • The Catholic Church is not to be trusted as a moral compass.
  • There wasn't much trust between these unlikely allies to begin with but what little they had has been put to the test.
  • Consumer awareness and trust is at an all-time high, with awareness up at 75% and trust at 90%.
  • In this way, TCL gradually gained the support and trust from Vietnamese consumers.
  • A lot of it would come down to trust of whoever is doing it.

"talk about" or "talk to"?

  • Talk about all in a day's work.
  • Talk to her over your shoulder.
  • You are not fit to talk with me.
  • People are talking of his death.
  • Let's talk for a bit about health.
  • That's how we talked in the 70's.
  • I expect you to talk like a Prof.
  • They asked if we could talk on the phone.

"turn to" or "turn into"?

  • We turn to the periodical press.
  • And then what did it turn into?
  • Then the joke was turned on me.
  • Everyone turn in your final assignment.
  • Someone had turned off the muzak.
  • He saw his own supporters turn against him.
  • Turning away from military and corporate power.
  • The ICC doesn't like the ball turning from day one.
  • Frequently a young bull will turn at bay for a moment.
  • The deceased had no right to get on the cupboard, &; it was turned by a girl named Briggs.
  • They feel there is nowhere to turn for help.
  • One deer is turned out of the trailer, and forced to run.
  • Igor turned toward Captain Hanson.
  • On the left everything is turning towards SYRIZA.
  • And I had turned up to the limit.

tend to, towards, toward, by or for?

  • Stephanie I tend to agree with you.
  • Almost no game devs code in Java, they tend towards C.
  • First, financial markets do not tend toward equilibrium.
  • Solar community grids, cisterns grey water recycling gardens tended by urban farmers, supportive business collaborative networks.
  • For example, the polygamy permitted in Muslim society stemmed from the need for larger family units, the better to support familial ties and tend for widows.
  • Kids who take part in sports tend of having this problem all through growth spurts.

tell by, of, about, in or from?

  • It was as if told by Paz himself.
  • Pearson; &; also told of a letter Theo.
  • Amber needed a tale told about her.
  • Though it is told in an egyptian view.
  • Vanu Gopal Barman I am telling from Bangladesh.
  • I was told to contact BT if I was not happy.
  • Those are the stories he tells on Virtual Honky Tonk -- those and many more.
  • He was probably told at the time.
  • Lost in a dream world, Where time is told with a beat.
  • Some brands achieve this by including brand story telling as a tactic.
  • This is all the same bull crap we were told before this election.
  • We weren't told for obvious reasons, but eventually we figured this out for ourselves.
  • It takes place on an Indian reservation and is told through the eyes of a 13 year old boy.

"thank for" or "thank to"?

  • Sonia, thanks for your insights.
  • And last but not least thanks to Mr.
  • Dee Ryall is thanked by Hattie from the Next Step for opening the new service location.
  • Therefore we understand we need the blog owner to thank because of that.

"try for", "try on" or "try in"?

  • Next year, we will try for that.
  • South Sudan is the newest country in the world.
  • Try on different points of view.
  • Frivolous Accusations in Cases tried by Magistrates.
  • I have also tried at on the first connector.
  • I had tried with keydown event is well.
  • Tried before the? People? s Court?, they were put.
  • I have not said that I am trying to do that.
  • That's where i tried after Amazon.
  • Personally I think she should be tried as an adult.
  • While I wasn't trying during that four months, I gained 8 pounds.
  • It is definitely worth trying from our part of the world.
  • I would expect that the current models contain the main known feedbacks and that people have tried including others.
  • There are other positions you can try like laying with your head in his lap etc.
  • I have often moaned about never having won the lottery and God knows I've tried over many years.
  • Any ideas why it is not letting me restore the remaining contacts? everytime i am trying to update getting error tried through app loader as well.
  • At the same time, he should be tried under Army Act 1950 and Army Rules 1954 to bring such issues now when he became General.
  • I said to myself, I'll try without, if it dislocates again, I can think about that, but not now.

"take into", "take in" or "take to"?

  • Take into consideration it this way.
  • I have taken to working in bed.
  • Sorry you got taken in at first.
  • Any information taken from this.
  • I was once taken by receptionism.
  • It took over 300 hours to create.
  • How do I explain it? Take for e.
  • Her own pain, she takes with her.
  • One final take away from all this.
  • Birth of a daughter was taken as a curse.
  • They can not be taken at face value.
  • No commune is taking off the ground.
  • My words have been taken out of context.
  • This takes about 5 - 10 minutes.
  • As i said, if no action is taken against the F T.
  • There are steps you must take before applying to a court.
  • It should be taken during bath.
  • Here is a picture I took of them today.
  • Frequently, no action is taken on these items.