Prepositions after "incapable"
|In 99% of cases incapable of is used|
|incapable of physical activity.|
|These AC's are incapable of that.|
|Buffin stood incapable of motion.|
|At the same time, he says it is difficult; it is incapable of a precise definition.|
|Some individuals may claim that HAARP is incapable of producing large-scale events.|
|Such as these do not hunt with care and are incapable of suspending their judgment.|
|Well done Germany for taking him on and generally controlling spending which the rest of Europe are incapable of.|
|If fields really are based on a continuum then our current zf set theory is incapable of fully accounting for it.|
|Tell It Like It Is says: None of that means she is incapable of a mistake or a very bad and very badly timed call.|
|It is just as ignorant as suggesting that because a priest is a man of god, he is incapable of soliciting children.|
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