Prepositions after "yield"

yield to, in, by, from or on?

In 62% of cases "yield to" is used

But you have not yielded to Me.

Democracy is yielding to markets.

What it is: We've yielded to corporate America.

Walpole committed a ruinous error when he yielded to the public cry for war with Spain.

It requires a new vision, a new set of values, and a new openness to yield to the ways of God.

Otherwise, they can be a temptation that you could eventually yield to and after that regret it.

But I also know that in a time of crisis, we can not afford to govern out of anger, or yield to the politics of the moment.

Maybe you simply yielded to a youthful spirit of adventure because you were confident you could get along almost anywhere.

If you're pulling out of your parking space to enter a lane of traffic, you must yield to other vehicles traveling in that lane.

In 8% of cases "yield in" is used

My guess is that the hop yields in Kent will be very poor this year.

Mata's first season yielded in Chelsea finishing in thier lowest league position in Abrahamovic era.

So a return to normal yields around with a 2-3% yield increase and a slight shorter duration of 7 years would cost the US Treasury (US taxpayer) the odd $400 billion.

In 5% of cases "yield by" is used

It is estimated that using slurry on your land can boost crop yields by as much as 25% when compared to the application of manure directly to fields.

In 5% of cases "yield from" is used

With Cash Making Power Sites, you will be yielding from the business endlessly.

These numbers may continue to be strengthened by the Fed's QE3 announcements, which instigated a decline in the mortgage-backed securities yield from 2.

He said 4,000 yellow maize bags yielded from the NSS ' 163-acre Branam's Farms in 2011 and the Service expected to expand the project to 250 acres this year.

In 4% of cases "yield on" is used

Milosevic was eventually compelled to yield on Kosovo, but he did not go along with this demand.

First of all, right now, investors are so eager to hold US Government debt that they've driven yields on Treasuries to some of the lowest levels they've ever been.

In 3% of cases "yield over" is used

Look at biomass, LAI, and yield over time.

I am assuming stable div paying companies yielding over 3.

In 2% of cases "yield at" is used

Under favourable conditions, yields at the rate of 1,000 to 1,500 lb.

Effect of growing period on crop yields at ILCA, Debre Berhan, 1979? 84.

US, German and UK Bond yields at record lows are saying that deflation is the future.

In 2% of cases "yield between" is used

According to Fred Reichheld and other experts, a 5% improvement in customer retention will yield between a 20 to 100% increase in profits across a wide range of industries.

In 2% of cases "yield with" is used

No mention in either article of the crucifixion of pension values by zapping bond yields with QE.

In 1% of cases "yield about" is used

Nader's goal is to tie the animal research, and the clues it yields about the bustling molecular machinery of the synapse, to the everyday human experience of remembering.

In 1% of cases "yield as" is used

Were? n a position to understandably build man or women passages which can be implemented finding a passcode this initiator yields as the movable, private communication community panel.

In 1% of cases "yield below" is used

The remaining 60% of the crop will probably yield below average, but still better than many feared earlier in the season, Johnson said.

In 1% of cases "yield due" is used

According to some reports the Harper government had to yield due to a leak in the office of Minister of Public Safety Vic Toews (pronounced Tays).

In 1% of cases "yield per" is used

yield per unit of farmland improved by more than 30% between1947 (when India gained political independence) and 1979.

In 1% of cases "yield without" is used

Use the best available technology to improve farm yields without mindless exploitation of land.