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"of business" or "in business"?

  • A canny bit of business by Wenger.
  • Especially in business dealings.
  • No social isn't bad for business.
  • Anyway to get down to business.
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"of work", "at work" or "to work"?

  • But it was a good piece of work.
  • You just had a bad day at work.
  • Happy Gilmore: Go back to work.
  • Now he's back looking for work.
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of, for, with, about or to money?

  • Lampard is paid a lot of money.
  • Reason: The Don was in this for money.
  • He's just really bad with money.
  • It's all about money and status.
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of, about, for, on or to thing?

  • Lots of things to be done there.
  • People can be so weird about things.
  • Then they went out looking for things.
  • Ask them their opinions on things.
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of, for, to, with or in information?

  • Submit a freedom of information request.
  • Ask for information in writing.
  • They want to get to information fast.
  • Be open / generous with information.
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as, in, of, to or for part?

  • Fresh approach As part of skysports.
  • In parts of China, starvation occurred.
  • A list of participants is appended.
  • Welcome to Part 2 of this feature.
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of, in, by, to or for government?

  • Take the problem of government pensions.
  • I was in Government at the time.
  • Everything was decided by government quotas.
  • He never caved in to government pressure.
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"of country" or "in country"?

  • The list of countries goes on and on.
  • But it's a plus on the ground in country.
  • The form varied from country to country.
  • The form varied from country to country.
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"of life" or "in life"?

  • It's a matter of life and death.
  • Education is best gift in life.
  • The Right to Life must be upheld.
  • I am holding my silver for life.
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