Prepositions after "fond"
|In 99% of cases fond of is used|
|Not fond of the episodes though.|
|I am so fond of the McGoldrick's.|
|No guitar solos in fond of Tigers.|
|A few favourites Harris is particularly fond of the early comics from the 60's and 70's.|
|But he learned to read almost as soon as he could talk, and he was always fond of books.|
|Not only was she inordinately fond of the dash, she wrought impressive variations on it.|
|While he was not particularly fond of the monastic life, the Dominicans were famous for offering a thorough education.|
|And such souls are always much fonder of giving than of receiving, even in their relations with the Creator Himself.|
|HGW: How does Limbs of the Stars differ from fond of Tigers? SL: What the three of us play is a bit more open sounding.|
|This series is about making poetry interesting for them and it's only right that somebody fond of the language does it.|
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