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"of race" or "on race"?

  • Let's jettison the issue of race.
  • The Republican Party isn't hung up on race.
  • They're the ones you never hear of in race reports.
  • He divided the races by making things about race.
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"of range", "in range" or "within range"?

  • It is relatively close, in terms of range for a bow.
  • For example, the months given to it have to be in range of values 1-12.
  • The entire city was now within range of Japanese artillery.
  • If they are serious about Ruf in LF, they're going to need a guy with range in CF.
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to, of, in, at or on rate?

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  • Check-out at 18:00hrs will be charged 50% of rate.
  • What he does nt claim is a reduction in rates.
  • They were lending at rates as high as 8 to 12%.
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"in reality" or "of reality"?

  • Then you are living in reality.
  • Systems are any part of reality.
  • My beliefs are irrelevant to reality.
  • All this is possible but far from reality.
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"of reason" or "For reason"?

  • We do so for a number of reasons.
  • For reasons I can't really discuss with you.
  • Their spiritual activities are ruled by reason.
  • The bad guys are bullies with reasons.
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"on record" or "of record"?

  • There are written confessions on record.
  • Manner of recording evidence 354.
  • Our fans have engaged with FIFA 13 in record numbers.
  • If I were starting out again, I wouldn't listen to records.
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in, of, to, from or by region?

  • The productivity of the sea decreases in the Arctic and increases in regions nearer the Atlantic.
  • The Company has been a sponsor of region orphanage? 3 for many years.
  • The page is subdivided into regions.
  • We offer a wide range of wine from regions all around the world.
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"of relationship" or "in relationship"?

  • I will let go of relationships that are damaging.
  • I've seen it in relationships between people.
  • He is conflicted about relationships.
  • I think the same applies to relationships.
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of, in, about, to or on religion?

  • Still a lot of religion-bashing.
  • And they were engaged in religion.
  • YOU people may not care about religion.
  • Giving a face to religion Prof.
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"to report" or "of report"?

  • Go to Report a medical condition (online).
  • Even a lot of reports can result in depressive disorders.
  • Here the information was less clear, with reports vague about who had died.
  • He was also made uneasy by reports about increased government snooping on communications.
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"of research" or "for research"?

  • One of the best source of research.
  • Just for research purposes you understand.
  • His company specialises in research, events, experimental.
  • What did change was the enormous focus on research output.
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"In response" or "of response"?

  • Two obvious points in response.
  • Lack of response to verbal requests.
  • The deadline for responses is expected to be 2012-NOV-23.
  • It'll be fascinating to see what changes occur with responses to the report over the next couple weeks.
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of, with, without, about or from responsibility?

  • I am capable of responsibility.
  • To summarize, rights come with responsibilities.
  • If he wanted power without responsibility he should have become a.
  • It is a story about responsibility and about caring for others.
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"at rest" or "of rest"?

  • But my mind was still not at rest.
  • Every three days, have a day of rest.
  • A time for rest and contemplation.
  • LV England kick off, and take ball to Rest end.
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of, for, with, on or to result?

  • This will consist of results from Twitter and blogs.
  • It isn't good to maintain the user ready for results.
  • But you can't argue with results.
  • Regulation needs to focus on results.
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for, of, under, in or to review?

  • I received this book for free for review.
  • It is certainly not the only house of review.
  • Automatically it will be under review.
  • The huge difference in reviews often has to do with the durability of each canopy.
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"of right" or "to right"?

  • The Law of Right Human Relations.
  • Left to right, Rachel Adams, Mrs.
  • For Satan, it sounds about right.
  • Flt Lt Wollen seated second from right.
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"at risk" or "of risk"?

  • But that risk is incredibly slim.
  • SERVICE; DELIVERY; TRANSFER OF RISK 3.
  • As I began to note in RISKS-27.
  • There are two problems when we deal with risk.
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of, on, by, for or in road?

  • Loads of road noise from rear of car.
  • Sensible people don't ride on roads.
  • This includes by air or by road.
  • That's important information for road trippers.
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"of role" or "in role"?

  • The virtual world plays a lot of role in today's break-up scenario.
  • Props may or may not be used in performing in role or in classroom drama.
  • Stay tuned as the pieces start to role out! Management vs.
  • Look for roles which act as a stepping stone from one career to another.
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of, in, to, at or with room?

  • We always give them a ton of room.
  • Leave it in room temperature for 12 hours.
  • Let the cakes cool to room temperature.
  • Keep at room temperature for 12 hours.
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of, to, with, by or under rule?

  • She too got a taste of Rule (3).
  • An amendment to Rule 34 was also made.
  • We would then have some meta-universe with rules outside our own.
  • In discussion under Rule 184 in Lok Sabha, there is a voting following debate as well.
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