vacate by, for, on, to or as?

  • Angus King, an independent, won the Senate seat being vacated by Ms.
  • The Dutchman was able to turn past his counterpart and slide a pass into the space he just vacated for a central run by Young.
  • He was given a 30 day notice to vacate on the the 18th.
  • Diego Lopez, loyal servant for five years and one of the most dependable goalkeepers in the top flight, has already vacated to Sevilla for the grossly modest sum of 3 m.

"vaccinate against" or "vaccinate with"?

  • Make sure you are annually vaccinated against the flu.
  • Unless they get vaccinated with the vaccines developed with the newer strains in mind.
  • Women also experience a boost to their immune systems when vaccinated in the afternoon, although the effect is much smaller.

"validate by" or "validate in"?

  • A wide range of qualifications are validated by FETAC e.
  • So far, the system has been validated in an animal model only 13.
  • If you are a returning student you do not need a new ID card for the upcoming Semester, but you do need to get your ID card validated with a sticker.
  • Having been to the school to meet everyone, especially the children, it has validated for me the need for more fund raising activities.

"vanish from" or "vanish into"?

  • She had vanished from history in August 1851 when Mr.
  • Others may vanish into obscurity.
  • Ilyas appointed Al-Yasa ' his successor and vanished in the protection of Allah.
  • He vanished after 3 days after stealing Rs1.

vary from, in, depending, between or according?

  • Results vary from seat to seat.
  • They vary in sizes from small to large.
  • Fares vary depending on location and time.
  • Mara experiences vary between cultures.

veer into, towards, away, off or to?

  • The barrel veered into Big Bass eddy.
  • I find myself veering towards Frieze.
  • Trying to veer away from lazy Irish stereotypes is difficult enough for us as it is.
  • I watched one guy veer off the road and collapse in the grass by the side.

venture into, to, on, beyond or through?

  • So take a care next time you venture into Ireland.
  • Sometimes I even venture to an Aldi.
  • Close to the record of leopards, langurs have been venturing on 1518.
  • If you want to venture beyond its borders, you must steel yourself for a nightmare battle with an indifferent bureaucracy.

verge on, into, upon, as or at?

  • In fact it was verging on destructive.
  • But nowadays this easily cloned and unstoppable Neeson character seems to be verging into a territory reserved for jokes that have run their course.
  • Gordon was amazed to find himself slowly being overcome by an emotion of dread so intense that it verged upon sheer fear.
  • Origin: Native to Central Europe, it is found in and around woodlands, often in clearings as well as grassy banks and verges as well as cultivated areas.

verify by, with, in, from or at?

  • They are verified by the company.
  • This is easily verified with a simple search.
  • Record drawings verified in detail by the engineer and issued to a third party must be sealed.
  • Reports of rapes cases could not be verified from the police and the hospital.

"victimize by" or "victimize in"?

  • I'd gay and being victimized by my brother about my sexuality.
  • Due to the fact, as they are mentally and physically weak, they are victimized in many ways by the employer and other workers.

"vie for" or "vie with"?

  • Angels (West) are vying for the two Wild Card spots.
  • Whoever vies with Me for either of them, I will punish him.
  • I'd then going to use a little bit of this product, it's called Vie at home.
  • Vying under the Sudan People Liberation Movement, Arman, will battle it out with nine other candidates approved by the National Elections Commission.

"violate in" or "violate by"?

  • For it will enable us to account for the wrongness of Wilma's act only if we can identify some right that someone has that is violated by her act.
  • But there are suggestions that some Electoral Law could have been violated with this deal.
  • Citizen rights are also being violated during the process, according to the statement.
  • Loughner's rights to refuse unwanted commitment and medication were being violated at the Missouri facility, defense attorney Ellis M.

visit from, by, in, with or on?

  • I was in town visiting from New York.
  • I didn't think that all the designers were visited by Tim.
  • Got lucky and visited in mid-December once.
  • I had the chance to visit with Dr.

volunteer for, in, at, with or as?

  • Volunteer for committees or task forces.
  • Volunteer in an orphanage or pre-school in Africa 4.
  • I used to volunteer at a children's shelter.
  • I volunteer with at-risk children.

vote for, in, against, on or at?

  • This is why we voted for Obama.
  • Make sure we vote in the coming.
  • If it doesn't we vote against it.
  • What's important is they vote on it.