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of, with, for, to or in idea?

  • We give them quite a lot of ideas.
  • You can disagree with idea rationally.
  • Scan this whole page for ideas.
  • He now seemed more relaxed and open to ideas.
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of, With, on, for or in image?

  • The route to Gitesi was full of images.
  • It has nothing to do with images.
  • Click on image to enlarge and then return.
  • For images from the movie, click the first thumbnail below to start the slideshow.
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"of impact" or "to impact"?

  • This is the kind of impact we wanted to have.
  • High enough to impact everyone's daily life.
  • This is more likely to stretch on impact, rather than crack.
  • Ranked 2nd in impact factor (2.
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"of importance" or "in importance"?

  • They are not listed in order of importance.
  • Bolton was already a leading cotton market, second only in importance to Manchester.
  • Sorry to disappoint you, but we get along on these levels according to importance: Personal Beliefs, sense of humor, intelligence.
  • Here are some of the truths about importance of domain name when you have planned to build your site.
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of, in, on, for or to income?

  • It means a HUGE loss of income.
  • They will face a massive drop in income.
  • Cisco is paying a tax of 33% on income in the U.
  • It is time now to go for income tax reforms.
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of, In, to, with or by industry?

  • A further 8 million work in industry, 2.
  • Turning to industry issues, Mr.
  • In line with industry practice, all taxback.
  • By industry standards that is excellent.
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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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of, for, in, to or by insurance?

  • And, everyone need some kind of insurance.
  • Oklahoma will never go for insurance for everyone.
  • Not everyone does believe in insurance.
  • Pool to issue an Annual Report to insurance companies.
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of, in, with, on or to interest?

  • Think CONFLICT OF INTEREST here.
  • They are even more if the law in interest.
  • So everything is fine with interest payment.
  • In the early 1960s, recruitment was based on interest.
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"of internet", "for internet" or "to internet"?

  • The number of Internet users in China rose 10.
  • A problem just for Internet geeks? You wish.
  • This represents a real threat to internet freedoms.
  • I am SUCH an old (in internet years) dork.
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"of interview", "for interview" or "In interview"?

  • Transcript of interview taped on November 6, 1981.
  • This is all I have to say for interviews so far.
  • And it's not just in interviews.
  • The findings were based on interviews with 240,000 children in Europe and North America aged 11 to 15.
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"of investment", "on investment" or "for investment"?

  • The fund sources of investment were still sufficient.
  • Thats a 65% return on investment.
  • Then, save the money for investment.
  • A big worry is the decline in investment.
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"of islam" or "in islam"?

  • He was a bitter enemy of Islam.
  • There is NO COPYRIGHT in Islam.
  • Add that to Islam vs everyone else.
  • I knew about Islam through these Muslims though.
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"of issue" or "on issue"?

  • I had no end of issues with the 2.
  • Thus, I do not delve on issues.
  • C government with issues around government corruption.
  • It is his job to speak about issues like this.
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